John H Green RN, MSN

john-green-prof-picJohn H. Green is a Masters-prepared, registered nurse who has worked in healthcare for 20 years. He currently works as a nurse manager for a 46-bed medical unit in upstate New York.

John was born in Bennington, Vermont. He graduated from Vermont Technical College with an Associates of Science degree in Nursing. Prior to this, John attended medic training for the U.S. Army. Beginning in long term care, he worked as a supervisor for a 150-bed sub-acute facility in southern Vermont. After five years, he entered into a critical care fellowship at a level one hospital in northern Vermont.

In 2010, he obtained his Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. Up to this point he worked in many organizations as a clinical nurse and charge nurse. Experiences included emergency rooms, intensive care units, pediatric intensive care, surgical recovery, medical, surgical and neurology.

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John entered clinical management after accepting a clinical coordinator role. For seven years, he supported the director of nursing by providing real-time leadership to four units which included evaluations, daily staffing, hiring and assistance in counseling.

He accepted a manager position in 2015 at which time he obtained his Masters in Nursing (MSN) at Kaplan University, graduating with a 4.0 grade point average. This position has opened many leadership opportunities, including the chair of the Nursing Leadership Council for the past year.

John is sought after for his expertise in the field of nursing and has presented at prestigious organizations such as the American Nurses Association (ANA) staffing conference in New Orleans where he explained throughput initiatives that reduced the admission time from the emergency room to the hospital unit.

Residing in upstate New York, John enjoys playing guitar, working on his property, spending time with his three children and growing old with his high school sweetheart. 

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