Shore Medical Center has recognized Wendy Razzi, a registered nurse in the Telemetry Unit, as its April Guardian Angel of the Month for providing passionate and exceptional care to the hospital’s patients.
The Guardian Angel program was established to enable members of the community to say thank you to a special Shore caregiver through a donation to the medical center.
Razzi has been with the Telemetry Unit since joining the Shore Medical Center team in 2015. According to Luanne McGroarty, Telemetry Nurse Manager, Razzi is reliable and able to function both as a staff nurse and in the role as the charge nurse.
McGroarty added that Razzi is a patient advocate who relates well to her patients as well as their families. Caring and compassionate, Razzi is a consummate team player. Her unit team members look to her for assistance and for her to be the voice of the unit, according to a Shore news release.
A patient Razzi cared for and who made a Guardian Angel donation to Shore in her honor said: “I feel as though Wendy went above and beyond her normal duties by assisting me. I am so grateful for the wonderful care and compassion she provided me. Wendy is definitely a great asset to Shore!”
When not working, Razzi loves spending time with her family, cheering on the Eagles, relaxing on the beach and babysitting her granddaughter. She is a resident of Galloway Township.
Shore Medical Center’s Guardian Angel program recognizes anyone who works at the hospital and makes an impact and difference in patient care or experience. Guardian Angels are recognized among their peers and are presented with a special Guardian Angel pin at Shore Medical Center’s annual pinning ceremony.
If you, a family member or friend would like to honor a Shore Medical Center Guardian Angel, please contact the Planned Giving and Development Department at 609-653-3800 or www.GiveToShore.org.