Ejimofor will be responsible for patient care and the integration of nursing with clinical departments such as Pharmacy, Radiology, Laboratory, Cardiopulmonary and Rehabilitation.
Ejimofor is a highly skilled nursing leader with experience in nursing and healthcare management, and expertise in providing high quality care and unparalleled patient service.
Ejimofor has a strong background in intensive care and cardiology. Before coming to SMC, he served as Nursing Director at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ – a 960-bed hospital – where he managed Medical Cardiology, Heart Failure, and Heart Transplant since 2016. Previously, he worked at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson, NJ, working as an RN in Medical Intensive Care, and Cardiac Telemetry.
Under his leadership at RWJ, Ejimofor decreased hospital-acquired infections – no central line or urinary tract infections – for the past two years, decreased patient falls by more than 60 percent, and significantly decreased hospital-acquired pressure ulcers by more than 50 percent. He led multiple successful disease specific and hospital-wide Joint Commission Accreditation surveys.
Ejimofor has a Master’s in Health Care Management from Rutgers State University of New Jersey, and a Bachelor of Science in nursing at William Paterson University, Wayne. He is currently enrolled in Thomas Edison State University of NJ’s Systems-Level Leadership Track Doctor of Nursing Practice Program and expects to complete his doctorate in 2020.