Justina Ferguson hired as nursing instructor at PSWS

October 26, 2012

Mary-Beth Krogh-Jespersen, chancellor of Penn State Worthington Scranton, is pleased to announce the addition of Justina Ferguson as instructor of nursing at the campus. As a member of the nursing faculty, she will be teaching pathophysiology II and clinical for fundamentals.

Ferguson received her bachelor’s degree in nursing and a master’s degree in nursing administration from Marywood University. She also is certified in advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) and has worked in the intensive care unit and as a nursing supervisor at Moses Taylor Hospital in Scranton.
She also has worked as a preceptor for new hires in Moses Taylor’s intensive care unit and as a member of the Rapid Response Team (RRT) for deteriorating patients and the Cardiac Arrest Team. Ferguson has a strong interest in critical care and palliative care nursing.
She resides in Dunmore with her husband Kyle and their pets, a dog and cat.


  • Justina Ferguson, instructor of nursing at Penn State Worthington Scranton

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