National Nurses Week: Jacqueline Murphy, RN, BSN

May 11, 2015  •   Written by Erin Addington   •  no comments

In honor of National Nurses Week (May 6-12), join us in celebrating the many wonderful and invaluable nurses who work with and impact our programs!

Meet Jacqueline Murphy

Jaci oversees the complementary health clinic operations at the Magnolia Project, the Coalition’s federal Healthy Start program that addresses risk factors through case management, clinical and other wraparound services to women in Jacksonville’s urban core.

  • Name: Jacqueline Murphy
  • Title: Senior Community Health Nurse Supervisor, Magnolia Project
  • Organization: Florida Department of Health in Duval County

Jacqueline Murphy recently returned to the Magnolia Project, where she is most passionate about educating clients and empowering them to take charge of their health.

Jaci is a graduate of the University of North Florida where he received the Senior Service Award for Outstanding Volunteering. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 2005. Jaci completed her precepting at the Florida Department of Health in Duval County and, upon graduation, accepted a position within the organization. She has worked in primary care, pediatrics and women’s health as a clinic nurse and has held the position of Senior Community Health Nursing Supervisor for several clinic locations. She has also been the Director of Nursing for DOH-Duval until the position was deleted.

In her current role at the Magnolia Project clinic, a partnership between the Coalition and FDOH Duval, she manages and coordinates daily clinic operations and is responsible for implementing and maintaining all clinic-related protocols and policies, budget management and operational performance plans. She also provides direct nursing services to clients; prepares and presents to community partners and agencies; monitors the quality of care or standards of practice to ensure compliance with state and federal requirements; and attends seminars and workshops related to Women’s Health and Primary Care to stay abreast of new best practices, research in the field and industry trends.

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