Shore Medical Center Names ICU Nurse Celia Manliclic, RN, its January Guardian Angel 

Shore Medical Center announced today that Celia Manliclic, RN, BSN, CCRN, has been named its January Guardian Angel of the Month for providing passionate and exceptional care to Shore's patients. Shore established the Guardian Angel program to enable community members to say 'thank you' to a special Shore caregiver through a donation to the medical center in their honor.

Celia is a Critical Care Nurse who was hired at Shore in 1989. She worked in telemetry and the intensive care unit (ICU) until 2007, when she began working solely in the ICU. 

Jennifer Young, RN, manager of the Intensive Care Unit, says, “Celia is a skilled critical care nurse who delivers quality care to all her patients and families with a caring attitude. She often steps up to take charge when needed.”

A grateful patient who made a Guardian Angel donation to Shore Medical Center in Celia’s honor said, “Celia was a standout as one of my nurses when I was recently in the Intensive Care Unit. She was a great communicator which put me at ease in addition to making sure I was comfortable.”

Celia lives in Egg Harbor Township and enjoys watching Korean movies and supporting her son, who is a very skilled piano player. 

Shore Medical Center’s Guardian Angel program provides an opportunity for patients and families to recognize anyone at Shore who makes a difference in their care or experience. Guardian Angels are recognized among their peers and presented with a Guardian Angel pin at Shore’s annual pinning ceremony. To honor a Shore Medical Center Guardian Angel, call Shore’s Planned Giving & Development Department at 609-653-3800.