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Stacey MacDonell, RN, BSN

Stacey MacDonell, RN, BSN - Our Staff - ReviewWorks - Stacey_MacDonell_2Nurse Case Manager


"You must strive to surpass customer expectations through a passionate commitment to excellence and the highest of ethical and professional standards." 

Stacey is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with over 20 years of experience. Her work experience includes primary care triage, clinical education, endoscopy, infusion, nutrition support, pediatric ICU, and pediatric care unit. Due to her extensive nursing experience, she is adept at recognizing and understanding injuries, comorbidities, and recommended treatments. Stacey has provided professional triage nursing care in the primary care setting collaborating with insurance, DME, home care, and other care partners to ensure patient needs were met.  She also has the necessary skills to efficiently and effectively communicate with patients, families, and clients. Stacey is passionate about advocating for appropriate treatment that promotes the rehabilitation of clients. Her duties as a nurse case manager include providing case management services for both workers’ compensation and Auto No-Fault claimants with various degrees of injuries and communicating with patients, families, and clients. 
Wayne County/Jackson/Ann Arbor/Downriver

Robert Bartlett - Vice President

"Exceeding customer expectations is more than a process. It's a culture where employees have the knowledge & skills to do what's right."

Stacey Stephens

"Listening, knowledge, and creativity cultivate rewarding outcomes in all partnerships."

Becky Quigley - RN, BSN

“There is no greater joy, no greater reward than to make a difference in the lives of others”

Olivia Susalla, RN, BSN

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is a success."

Rachel Francis, RN, BSN

"Treating each individual with a holistic approach to care is essential for successful recovery.

Marcia L. Davis, RN

“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts

Trisha Nesbitt, MSN, RN

"Treating each individual with a holistic approach to care is essential for successful recovery."