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Margaret Mary Sacaccio, American critical care nurse, geriatrics nurse. Certified critical care nurse, nurse manager, American Council of Learned Societies, CPR.


Sacaccio, Margaret Mary was born on September 20, 1960 in Staten Island, New York, United States. Daughter of Michael and Helen M. (Moritz) Quagliano.


Bachelor of science in nursing, Wagner College, 1981. Master of Science in Nursing, Wagner College, 1987.


Staff nurse, charge nurse Clove Lakes Nursing Home/H.R.F., Staten Island, New York, 1981-1982, charge nurse, staff nurse, float head nurse, 1982-1983. Graduate nurse Staten Island Hospital, 1982. Staff nurse, charge nurse Brooklyn Veterans Medical Center, 1983, staff nurse, charge nurse Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Care Unit, 1984, nurse care coordinator neurology, 1984-1985, per diem charge nurse, float nurse critical care units, 1985-1986, float charge, staff nurse to medical/surgical units, 1986-1987, nurse hematology, oncology chemotherapy, 1987-1988.

Charge nurse, staff nurse, float perdiem nurse on call Eger Home, Inc., Staten Island, 1986-1987. Staff nurse Intensive Care Unit, Cardiac Care Unit-perdiem/casual Staten Island University Hospital-South, 1988—2002. Adjunct nursing instructor medical-surgical and pediatrics nurse College of S.I./CUNY, 1995—2001, substitute lecturer pediatrics, 2002—2003, senior college laboratory technical nursing department, 2002—2003.

Substitute teacher New York City Board Education, 2002. Instructor medical-surgical St. Vincent's Catholic Medical Center, School Nursing, Staten Island, 2002. Laboratory technical City University of New York, 2003—2004.

Instructor practical nursing program Union County College, Plainfield, 2004—2005. Adjunct instructor evening Licensed Practical Nurse Program Essex County Community College, 2005. Adjunct instructor practical nursing program, Registered Nurse nursing program Essex County College, Newark, 2005.


Married Joseph Sacaccio, September 15, 1984. Children: Christopher, Lisa.