faculty name

Lab Coordinator
Assistant Professor
MSN, Chamberlain College of Nursing

Chris Seminatore

Lab Coordinator
Assistant Professor

MSN, Clinical Nurse Leader, Chamberlain College of Nursing
MBA, Project Management, Louisiana State University of Shreveport
BSN, Chamberlain College of Nursing
BA, Health Communications, Cleveland State University
EMS Management, Cuyahoga Community College
ADN, Nursing, Cuyahoga Community College

Chris Seminatore is an assistant professor of nursing at Baldwin Wallace University. He also serves as the Nursing Skills Lab coordinator for the school of nursing. His areas of expertise include emergency medicine, critical care, education and process improvement.

Prior to joining BW, Seminatore served as a nurse manager of an emergency department. In this role, he facilitated positive patient outcomes and maintained compliance. He also previously served as an emergency room nurse, educator, quality specialist and was the chair of a nurse-led quality and research council for a healthcare system. In these roles he played an integral part in the development of policies and procedures to improve patient outcomes.

Seminatore also managed an inpatient medicine unit and has served as a documentation integrity specialist where he worked with the interdisciplinary healthcare team to ensure accuracy in the electronic medical record. His vast teaching experience includes serving as an adjunct faculty member in paramedic and nursing programs. In 2018, Seminatore was named Ohio March of Dimes Nurse of the Year in the Quality & Risk Management Infection Control category.

Certifications

Board Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN)
EMT-P, Ohio
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
Advanced Cardiac Life Support, American Heart Association
Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support, American Heart Association

Professional Memberships

Emergency Nurse Association
International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation