Kathleen Bonner, RN, BSN

Kathleen Bonner | Princeton Neurological Surgery

American Association of Neuroscience Nurses
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Kathleen Bonner, RN, BSN is the Administrative Director and Clinical Manager for Princeton Neurological Surgery, P.C. and the JD Lipani Radiosurgery Institute™. Kathleen served several years as the Clinical Nurse Manager for the Neurosurgical operating room and Clinical Level 4 Cardio-Thoracic operating room at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) of the University of Pennsylvania. From CHOP, Kathleen continued her prestigious clinical program-building career as a consultant and manager for other leading Cardio-Thoracic and Neurosurgical operative programs including Children’s Hospital of San Diego and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Kathleen also served as the Clinical Nurse Manager for Neurosciences at Capital Health in Trenton, NJ. Prior to joining our team, she played a key role spear-heading the Breast Navigator Program at Capital Health and served as the Clinical Manager of the Cancer Programs.

At Princeton Neurological Surgery, P.C. and the JD Lipani Radiosurgery Institute™, Nurse Bonner uses her extensive clinical experience to answer your questions and address your concerns in an effort to provide you with the clinical expertise, time, and caring attention you deserve. So please, feel free, reach out and ask Kathy!

Tel: (609) 890-3400
Fax: (609) 890-3410

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