The Centers at St. Camillus recently appointed Katrina Seeley as its new director of nursing services for the skilled nursing facility, where she will oversee the nursing practice across all inpatient and clinical programs, including long-term skilled nursing (continuing) care, short-term rehabilitation and the specialized care in Central and Upstate New York’s only state-certified brain injury center.
With a collective decade of successful experience in nursing and health care management, Seeley specializes in long-term care, critical care medicine and advanced wound care. She has held positions responsible for clinical, operational and quality leadership for nursing and clinical inpatient services throughout New York’s Capital District and central regions.
Seeley received her undergraduate education at SUNY Albany and is currently a master’s candidate. She is a diplomate of the American Professional Wound Care Association and is certified in nursing executive practice.
She has received several honors and awards throughout her nursing career, including the Capital District Region’s Esteemed Nurse of Excellence Award.
According to St. Camillus, Seeley’s nursing career is dedicated to quality driven initiatives, and investing in and developing the next generation of nurses and health care professionals to become true leaders.