Robyn D’Oria MA, RNC, APN

Executive Director

Robyn D’Oria MA, RNC, APN is currently the Executive Director of the Central Jersey Family Health Consortium, a voluntary and regionalized network of agencies involved in the delivery of perinatal and pediatric services within a six county region of central New Jersey. The consortium is a non-profit, central service facility licensed by the Department of Health and Senior Services. In this role Ms. D’Oria provides administrative leadership for all activities including organizational strategic and regional planning, total quality improvement, professional and consumer education, coordination of maternal/fetal and neonatal transport services, coordination of infant follow-up services, and coordination of community outreach services. In addition she develops and administers an over $6 million annual budget consisting of multiple private, public and federal grant programs.

Ms. D’Oria has over 30 years experience in Maternal-Child Health nursing in a variety of settings including clinical experience for all phases of the obstetric patient and the newborn; as Nursing faculty at the baccalaureate and associate degree level; as staff development and childbirth educator; as an advanced practice nurse in the acute care hospital setting, as well as nursing management and administrative experience. In addition, she has held multiple leadership roles in the NJ Section of AWHONN including Secretary/Treasurer and Section Chair for two terms. Ms. D’Oria’s experience with the NJ Statewide Maternal Mortality Review Committee has led her to represent AWHONN on a number of national workgroups involved with Maternal Patient Safety including the DVT Prevention and the Maternal Early Warning Signs workgroups.

Ms. D’Oria has been instrumental in coordinating New Jersey hospital participation in AWHONN’s PPH Project. Please contact AWHONN’s customer service, if you would like to speak with Ms. D’Oria about the project.

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