Office: Building 5
Assistant Professor, Nursing-ABSN
MSN, Yale University School of Nursing, New Haven, CT
R.N., Yale University School of Nursing, New Haven, CT
BA Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA - Chinese Studies
Sarah Shealy RN, MSN, CNM, IBCLC is a graduate of the Yale University School of Nursing. She has more than 14 years in full scope clinical practice. She has worked in a variety of settings including home, community health clinics, private practice, small regional hospitals, large tertiary care centers, and teaching hospitals. She has worked with mothers and babies in New York, Connecticut, Colorado, Utah, and both Northern and Southern California. She is an expert in normal birth, well woman gynecology, family planning, breastfeeding initiation and support. She has attended more than 800 births and first assisted at more than 300 cesarean sections. She has enjoyed teaching and supervising nursing, medical, and nurse-midwifery students for many years. As an advocate for babies and their families she believes the RN plays the most important role in a family’s hospital birth experience. Ms. Shealy joined Mount Saint Mary’s Accelerated BSN program part time in Fall 2006 teaching Women’s Health Theory and full time in May of 2007 as the Assistant Director of the ABSN Program. She was appointed Director of the Accelerated BSN program in January, 2010. She teaches Adaptation Nursing for the Childbearing Family Theory as well as clinical in a variety of facilities. As a graduate of an intense fast paced accelerated program, Ms. Shealy brings a unique and valuable perspective to her work with the Accelerated BSN students at the Mount.