South Florida Hospital News
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May 2021 - Volume 17 - Issue 11
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Salute to Nursing - Florida Medical Center

Holly Salajka, RN, MSN

Holly Salajka, RN, MSN, is the Director of Education and Informatics for the Tenet Miami Dade Market. Her career in nursing has translated into 30 years of healthcare experience that has taken her through a variety of specialty departments and leading to his passion with the Education and Informatics departments. Holly is responsible for the daily operations of Informatics and Education for the five Miami Dade Tenet hospitals as well as the Cardiac Cath Lab at Florida Medical Center. Holly is a member of the Lauderdale Lakes Economic Development Advisory Board. Holly earned her Bachelors of Nursing from University of South Florida and her Masters Degree of Nursing Informatics from Chamberlain College of Nursing. During her spare time, she enjoys reading, her Peloton and visiting with friends and family. She has found a passion for serving her community and has continued to reside and practice her nursing career within her community.
 
Sharmila Perez, RN
 
Sharmila Perez, RN, is the Administrative Director of Critical Care at Florida Medical Center. Her career in nursing has translated into 23 years of healthcare experience that has taken her through a variety of specialty departments. Sharmila started her healthcare journey as an admissions clerk and worked her way up to her current position where she is responsible for the daily operations of the Medical, Neuro and Cardiac ICU’s as well as oversight of the Hemodialysis department. Sharmila is a member of the ACHE, and AACN. Sharmila earned her nursing degree at Florida Atlantic University. Sharmila came to FMC at the start of the COVID pandemic prior to that; she worked at a sister facility in Palm Beach County. During her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the world through travel. She has found a passion for serving her community and has continued to reside and practice her nursing career within her community.
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