Glastetter Begins Role as Patient Care Manager in Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Saint Francis Medical Center is pleased to welcome Liz Glastetter, RN, BSN, as she begins her new position as patient care manager in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU).
Glastetter is not a new face at the Medical Center; she has been part of the Saint Francis Family since May 2002. She began as an administrative partner on Neurosciences and moved to become a nurse in the Family BirthPlace in 2007. She also spent time in the Critical Care Units. “I am excited to move into this management position and I am looking forward to helping my staff reach their highest potential,” she says.
Glastetter earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Southeast Missouri State University in 2005, her nursing degree from Southeast Hospital College of Nursing in 2007 and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Southeast Missouri State University in 2012.
The SICU is a 10-bed unit that averages six patients each day. Most commonly, patients are there for trauma, neurological and surgical issues, but the unit cares for many other conditions. Glastetter supervises 25 employees in her unit.