Allison R. Haas BSN, RN, CNOR, RNFA
Allison R. Haas has been a registered nurse for over ten years with extensive experience in the field of surgical nursing. She graduated from the Charles E. Gregory School of Nursing in 2007 which laid the foundation for a lifetime of learning and excellence in the nursing field.
Her passion for integrating high-quality patient care with the latest technology led her to become an operating room nurse. This is where she was later named the Specialty Team Coordinator for the neurosurgical/orthopedic team. This charge in nurse role included the daily hands-on duties taking care of patients undergoing brain and spine operations. This also included assuming the responsibilities of a leader in staff education, mentorship, and managing all the surgical instrumentation, complex equipment, and team of people it takes to complete successful surgeries in an otherwise high-stress environment.
More About Allison R. Haas
After achieving CNOR, the national certification for perioperative registered nurses, Allison continued her nursing journey by completing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Thomas Edison State University. She then went on to further advance her education and training in the highly specialized role of a Registered Nurse First Assistant. This very niche group of experienced surgical nurses has the knowledge and skills to care for patients before, during, and after surgery under the direction and supervision of their surgeons.
Allison & Athletics
As a nurse and patient advocate, Allison understands the importance of a healthy spine and active lifestyle in all age groups, for both mental and physical well-being. As a student-athlete, Allison grew up playing softball and basketball and continues to maintain physical fitness by doing organized strength and endurance training programs as well as yoga. As the newest addition to the ABC team, Allison plays the role of a support person to all members and facets of the practice while providing a positive, emotionally supportive environment for patients and families throughout their journey with scoliosis.