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SRMC celebrates Certified Nurses Day March 19

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Southeastern Regional Medical Center is celebrating Certified Nurses Day on March 19 by honoring its board certified nurses.

 

The following nurses are being recognized for their professionalism, leadership, and commitment to excellence in patient care: Tammara Abernathy-Jones, Angela Allen, Barbara Allen, Kaye Allen, Ann McDonald, Linda Voigt, Aundrea Avila, Mary Baer, Teresa Barnes, Lizzie Ann Batten, Eugenia Bishop, Lisa Blake, Malina Brayboy, Arlene Britt, Bonnie Britt, Joni Britt, Melissa Britt, Christy Bullard, Carrie Cain, Margie Cain, Lisa Campbell, Connie Canady, Deborah Cannon, Cynthia Carlyle, Antonia Clark, Loraine Collins, Michelle Cox, Denise Davis, Josephine Davis, Pauline Davis, Elizabeth Devine, James Willard Dove, Beverly Duncan, Wanda Faircloth, Deborah Ferguson, Lisa Floyd, Cynthia Gardner, Larry Green, Cynthia Guevara, Willie Sue Herndon, Renae Hester, Kenneth Bryan Hilbourn, Heather Hinson, Shannon Huffman, Pamela Jackson, Hae Jang, Jerotha Johnson, Barbara Keith, Freda Kerr, Kenneth Kerr, Susan Kerr, Amy Kessenich, Cynthia Kinlaw, Donna Kinlaw, Jennifer Lamb, Jeffrey Lane, Gina Locklear, Quawanna Locklear, Gail Lowery, Michelle Lowery, Anthony Wayne Martin, Michael Martin, Cynthia McArthur-Kearney, Gail McPherson, Saundra Meares, Annette Melvin, Melissa Memoli, Holly Metzeroff, Crystal Moore, Elizabeth Moore, Peggy Newman, Tasha Nolley, Pamela Odum, Adaora Otubela, Caroline Oxendine, Emily Parnell, Gladys Paul, Suzanne Perry, Freda Pitman, James Pope, Allison Priest, Joyce Ransom, Kimberly Register, Amy Roberts, Toni Sampson, Maria Rita Santiago, Barbara Saunders, Allison Scott, Mary Scott, Gina Stephens, Estella Rose Strickland, Deanna Taylor, Anita Thurman, Joyce Usher, Teresa Vanderford, Ginny Volkman, Amy Williamson, Kris Williamson, Charles Woolley, Marie Wright, and Julie Zaha.

Board certification of nursing staff plays an increasingly important role in the assurance of high standards of care for patients and their loved ones. Nursing, like health care in general, has become increasingly complex. While a registered nursing (RN) license provides entry to general nursing practice, the knowledge-intensive requirements of modern nursing require extensive education, as well as a strong personal commitment to excellence by the nurse.

Southeastern encourages national board certification for all its nurses. There are many nursing certification specialties such as medical-surgical, pediatric, pain management, cardiac vascular, oncology, hospice, case management, emergency nursing, critical care and many others.

Please join Southeastern and the nation’s national nursing certification organizations in honoring hardworking, dedicated nurses for their professionalism, and a job well done! For more information about Southeastern, logon to www.srmc.org or “Like us” on Facebook. Southeastern Regional Medical Center is celebrating Certified Nurses Day on March 19by honoring its board certified nurses.

The following nurses are being recognized for their professionalism, leadership, and commitment to excellence in patient care: Tammara Abernathy-Jones, Angela Allen, Barbara Allen, Kaye Allen, William Allen, Aundrea Avila, Mary Baer, Teresa Barnes, Lizzie Ann Batten, Eugenia Bishop, Lisa Blake, Malina Brayboy, Arlene Britt, Bonnie Britt, Joni Britt, Melissa Britt, Christy Bullard, Carrie Cain, Margie Cain, Lisa Campbell, Connie Canady, Deborah Cannon, Cynthia Carlyle, Antonia Clark, Loraine Collins, Michelle Cox, Denise Davis, Josephine Davis, Pauline Davis, Elizabeth Devine, James Willard Dove, Beverly Duncan, Wanda Faircloth, Deborah Ferguson, Lisa Floyd, Cynthia Gardner, Larry Green, Cynthia Guevara, Willie Sue Herndon, Renae Hester, Kenneth Bryan Hilbourn, Heather Hinson, Debra Swinton, Pamela Jackson, Hae Jang, Jerotha Johnson, Barbara Keith, Freda Kerr, Kenneth Kerr, Susan Kerr, Amy Kessenich, Cynthia Kinlaw, Donna Kinlaw, Jennifer Lamb, Jeffrey Lane, Gina Locklear, Quawanna Locklear, Gail Lowery, Michelle Lowery, Anthony Wayne Martin, Michael Martin, Cynthia McArthur-Kearney, Gail McPherson, Saundra Meares, Annette Melvin, Melissa Memoli, Holly Metzeroff, Crystal Moore, Elizabeth Moore, Peggy Newman, Tasha Nolley, Pamela Odum, Adaora Otubela, Caroline Oxendine, Emily Parnell, Gladys Paul, Suzanne Perry, Freda Pitman, James Pope, Allison Priest, Joyce Ransom, Kimberly Register, Amy Roberts, Toni Sampson, Maria Rita Santiago, Barbara Saunders, Allison Scott, Mary Scott, Gina Stephens, Estella Rose Strickland, Deanna Taylor, Anita Thurman, Joyce Usher, Teresa Vanderford, Ginny Volkman, Amy Williamson, Kris Williamson, Charles Woolley, Marie Wright, and Julie Zaha.

Board certification of nursing staff plays an increasingly important role in the assurance of high standards of care for patients and their loved ones. Nursing, like health care in general, has become increasingly complex. While a registered nursing (RN) license provides entry to general nursing practice, the knowledge-intensive requirements of modern nursing require extensive education, as well as a strong personal commitment to excellence by the nurse.

Southeastern encourages national board certification for all its nurses. There are many nursing certification specialties such as medical-surgical, pediatric, pain management, cardiac vascular, oncology, hospice, case management, emergency nursing, critical care and many others.

Last Updated ( Friday, 02 March 2012 14:05 )  


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