Susan A. Juliano, CRNP
Born in Lancaster County, Sue was raised in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. After receiving her nursing degree in 1984, she moved back to Lancaster and for the next 16 years worked at St. Joseph Hospital specializing in critical care and staff development. She served as a clinical instructor in the clinical care units while a faculty member at the School of Nursing. During her last three years at St. Joe’s, she was a nurse/clinician working with the cardiothoracic surgeons. She went on to receive her advanced degrees as an MSN and a certified nurse practitioner from Widener University in 2002.
In addition to her responsibilities here at GIM, she teaches in the nursing program at the York College of Pennsylvania and is actively involved in the initiation of a parish nurse program in her congregation.
She and her husband, Rich, have three children: Erica, Amanda, and Anthony. On the rare occasions when involvement in their extracurricular activities allows extra time, Sue enjoys a brisk walk or a bike ride.