Devereux PA’s Dr. Jacquelyn Zavodnick named one of Main Line Today’s ‘Healthcare Heroes’
Main Line Today named Dr. Jacquelyn Zavodnick (right), medical director at the Devereux Pennsylvania Children’s Behavioral Health Services (CBHS) center, as one of its 2018 “Healthcare Heroes.” Also pictured, during the Healthcare Heroes awards luncheon, is Devereux Pennsylvania CBHS Executive Director (and Chief Operating Officer-elect) Dr. Rhea Fernandes.
Main Line Today, a regional magazine
focusing on Philadelphia’s Main Line and western suburbs, recently selected Dr. Jacquelyn Zavodnick, medical director
at the Devereux Pennsylvania Children’s Behavioral Health Services (CBHS) center,
as one of its 2018 “Healthcare Heroes.”
magazine’s “Healthcare Heroes” awards featured
nurses, EMTs, nonprofit members, awareness advocates and mental health
professionals – who go above and beyond their job descriptions – in its May issue and during
an awards luncheon. Dr. Zavodnick was
nominated in the behavioral health category.
Zavodnick is a selfless and humble collaborator who brings compassion and
understanding to her day-to-day work with the children and adolescents she
serves,” said Devereux Pennsylvania CBHS Executive Director (and Chief
Operating Officer-elect) Dr. Rhea
Fernandes. “We are so proud to have her on our staff, and to be recognized in
this way for her outstanding talents and skills.”
About “Dr. Z”
fondly throughout Devereux Pennsylvania’s hallways as “Dr. Z,” Zavodnick – a
Board Certified Adolescent Psychiatrist – has served children and adolescents
for nearly three decades. She officially joined the organization in 2000 and,
in her current role, she:
all levels of behavioral and physical healthcare across the CBHS locations
across Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware; and
psychiatric care and support for children and adolescents served by the
Devereux Pennsylvania Community Services team, located in Phoenixville, Pa.
for her incomparable level of care for Devereux’s youth, Dr. Fernandes added: “Dr.
Z is a highly sought after child psychiatrist in our Community Services programs,
and her compassionate, strengths-based, trauma-informed and evidence-based
approach to care puts families at ease when their loved ones are facing
significant, and sometimes critical, behavioral health challenges.”
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