Sullivan named Aspirus joint care coordinator
For the City Times
WISCONSIN RAPIDS – Cynthia Sullivan, RN, BSN has been named joint care coordinator for Aspirus Riverview Joint Center in Wisconsin Rapids. She will succeed Kathleen Schultz, RN, who retires in November.
Sullivan obtained her nursing degree from Bellin College of Nursing in Green Bay, in 1992. She has many years of nursing experience, including adult medical nursing and pediatric nursing with an emphasis on pediatric hematology/oncology. While in Green Bay, she assisted with the opening of a pediatric hematology/oncology clinic. Sullivan has also served in the roles of clinic float nurse, outpatient surgery nurse, and most recently as anticoagulation nurse at Aspirus Riverview.
Aspirus Riverview Joint Center offers hip, knee, and shoulder replacements.