Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing
FAU provided me a holistic approach on my education and nursing path, said Siebert. The professors at FAU are truly engaged with their students and challenge them to achieve the next level. Because of FAU’s training and caring philosophy in nursing, it has allowed me to expand beyond just the science to truly connect with the patient’s body, mind, soul and spirit.‚Äù
Sarah Siebert is the director of nursing at Pinecrest Rehabilitation at Delray Medical Center, where she oversees a staff of 61. She has led the team to develop a staff made up of 86 percent certified registered nurses, compared to 10 percent in just one year. Previously, Siebert held several positions within Delray Medical Center, including clinical manager on Cardiovascular Step-Down, assistant nurse manager on Cardiac Step-Down and the Medical Intensive Care Unit, and registered nurse on the Medical Intensive Care Unit. In addition to serving as chair of the CRRN Council for Tenet Rehabilitation and Hospital Side Effects Improvement, Siebert is the supervising director of Pinecrest Customer Service Council.
She is a member of the Patient Experience Council, Environment of Care Committee, and Tenet Rehabilitation Nursing Committee. Siebert is certified as a Rehabilitation Registered Nurse, and has EKG, BLS, and ACLS certifications. In addition, she is a published author in American Nurse Today. Siebert earned a master’s degree in nursing leadership and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from FAU.