Press Release

For Immediate Release
May 28, 2010
Contact : Tom Paolella, Public Relations Manager  

Bayshore Community Health Services Names Two Nurses of the Year


Holmdel, NJ - Margaret (Peg) Roskowinski, RN, has been named 2010 Nurse of the Year at Bayshore Community Hospital, a 225-bed acute care facility.

Roskowinski has served at Bayshore Community Health Services for more that 22 years and is currently the Assistant Nursing Care Coordinator on the pediatric unit. She has been instrumental in updating pediatric policies and assessment documents. She is certified in medical surgical nursing, trained in diabetes education and supports her community through various volunteer works.

"Peg is an excellent nurse, dedicated to her profession and committed to providing quality care," says Wendy E. Brown, vice president, Patient Care Services at Bayshore Community Hospital. "Peg's excellent clinical skills only complement her sense of advocacy and compassion for her patients."

Peg Roskowinski resides in Little Silver with her husband, Peter and their three sons.

JoDee Anderson, RN, named Nurse of the Year 2010 Senior Services Division

JoDee, has been named 2010 Nurse of the Year at The Willows in Holmdel, an assisted living community affiliated with Bayshore Community Health Services. Anderson has worked as a registered nurse for more than a year to approximately 70 residents. "It is a pleasure getting to know the residents as well as their family members at The Willows," explains Anderson. "I look forward to caring for them in their beautiful home and keeping them well."

Anderson volunteered, at her own expense, in helping more than 1,000 children, many orphaned, at the Mbirizi Advanced Primary Day Care School in Uganda, Africa this year. The trip was sponsored by Sylvia's Children, an organization dedicated to helping children who lost parents to AIDS.

"We are proud of JoDee's efforts both at The Willows, in her community and around the world," says Susan Wood, vice president of administration. "She exceeds at placing the priorities of the residents and their families first, and each day she demonstrates her compassionate and generous personality."

JoDee Anderson resides in Holmdel with her husband, Lawrence and their son. Bayshore's Nurses of the Year recipients were selected by a committee of their peers.