Jennifer Clair MacCready, DNP, RN, AHCNS-BC, is a Senior Patient Safety Program Director for the AMC PSO. Prior to CRICO, she worked at MGH as a Clinical Nurse Specialist for the Organ Transplant Unit as well as a staff nurse on a general medical unit.

Jennifer has been involved as an Adult Health Clinical Instructor at Boston College coordinating and managing clinical experiences and organizing curriculum. She has presented locally and nationally on a variety of topics impacting patient care and clinical practice.

Jennifer received her undergraduate and masters degree from Boston College and a doctorate of nursing practice degree from Northeastern.

Jennifer is the patient safety liaison for the following organization: Atrius, Cambridge Health Alliance, Joslin, Judge Baker, North Shore Medical Center, Pentucket, Spaulding Rehab System

Jen MacCready

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