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Stacey C. Jackson-Harley RN, MA, BSN

Chief Operating Officer



Stacey C. Jackson-Harley, RN MA, BSN is the Chief Operating Officer for the Long Island Federally Qualified Health Centers, Nassau County, New York.

 

Stacey earned her Bachelor’s of Nursing degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Returning home to New York, she started her nursing career at New York University Medical Center. She knew her calling to serve was as a Nurse Leader. She was promoted from Staff nurse to Nurse Manager in just 5 years. She matriculated through her Master of Arts degree in Nursing Administration from NYU.

 

Stacey has worked in various  health settings and has held multi-faceted nursing leadership roles. She has initiated programs for patients and their families. She is a believer in rendering excellent quality safe care - as one day we will also be consumers of that care.

Stacey has held various leadership positions with the North Shore LIJ Health System and Visiting Nurse Service of NY. Stacey is a active member of American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) and New York Organization of Nurse Executives (NYONE).

 

Stacey has worked as a Transformational Nurse Leader for over 20 years in the hospital setting. She has now transitioned and focused her talents and expertise into the public and community health arena.