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Princeton Health Nurses Enjoy a New York Excursion for Movie Premiere

July 13, 2018
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Penn Medicine Princeton Health was well represented when Good Morning America put out an invitation for nurses to help celebrate the New York premiere of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new movie, Skyscraper. Johnson—who portrays a former FBI agent and veteran who lost a leg in combat—requested an audience of active military, veterans, first responders and nurses for his Good Morning America interview on Tuesday, July 10, the morning of the premiere.

Princeton Medical Center nurses Kelly LaCava, RN, and Julie-Anne Tiangco, RN, both from the Acute Care of the Elderly Unit, and Crystal Satchell, RN, Float Pool, all scored tickets to the Good Morning America interview. Marissa DeRogatis, RN-BC, a psychiatric nurse with Princeton House Behavioral Health’s outpatient center in Eatontown, N.J., attended as well, accompanied by her sister Danielle Gletow, founder of a nonprofit organization that fulfills wishes for children in foster care. The nurses enjoyed some face time on TV and photo opps with co-hosts Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan and meteorologist Ginger Zee. LaCava and Tiangco also got the opportunity to attend the Skyscraper premiere that night in Manhattan.

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Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts, second from right, with Princeton Medical Center nurses Kelly LaCava, Crystal Satchell and Julie-Anne Tiangco.
Co-host Robin Roberts, center, with Princeton House nurse Marissa DeRogatis, left, and her sister Danielle Gletow.
Pictured, from left to right, Kelly LaCava, Julie-Anne Tiangco, Good Morning America meteorologist Ginger Zee and Crystal Satchell.
                                   
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Marissa DeRogatis (left) got a little screen time during Dwayne Johnson's interview on Good Morning America.
Good Morning America co-host Michael Strahan with Marissa DeRogatis and Danielle Gletow.
Princeton Medical Center nurses Kelly LaCava and Julie-Anne Tiangco on their way to the premiere of Dwayne Johnson's new movie Skyscraper.
                                               

 

 

 

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