After 20 years of dedicated service on the frontlines at Mount Sinai Morningside…


After 20 years of dedicated service on the frontlines at Mount Sinai Morningside, Margaret “Peggy” Donohue-Desiderio, a nurse in the Emergency Department, retired last month.
 
Peggy started her career as a nurse in Medical-Surgical and Detox in 2000 and has been in the Emergency Department since 2003.
 
Jocelyn Sese, Emergency Department Nursing Director, says, “Since 2000, Peggy has been someone you can count and someone you can look up to. Peggy is not only an empathetic nurse who has a special place in her heart for all her patients, but she is also one of biggest advocates for the health and well-being of all her colleagues—no matter who they are. She is a huge and passionate presence in the Emergency Department, and although we are all sad to see her go, she hasn’t left us forever just yet! Peggy has returned on a per diem status to help her fellow colleagues in the COVID-19 vaccination POD at Mount Sinai Morningside—she is truly a #HealthcareHero!”
 
Congratulations on your retirement, Peggy! And thank you for your two decades of service to Mount Sinai Morningside. We wish you the best as you begin this new chapter in your life, but I’m sure we’ll see you around the POD. 😊



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