2018-10-10T08:21:41-06:00April 6th, 2015|

Regional One Health nurses climbing the clinical ladder

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PACE nurses

Thirty eight nurses were recently recognized at Regional One Health for their progression in the PACE program. PACE (Professional Accountability and Clinical Excellence) is a clinical ladder program at Regional One Health, designed to promote and recognize excellence in nursing practice and provides an environment that positively impacts patient outcomes and promotes a high standard of care. Nurses who participate in the program are also encouraged to take part in community outreach and professional development and advancement in nursing through the attainment of nursing certifications.

The PACE nurse provides quality patient care, focuses on exceeding the patient’s expectations, and collaborates with the interdisciplinary team to help patients attain, maintain, or improve optimal health and quality of life.

Congratulations to the following PACE honorees:

Level II –  Amy Jackson Ackerman, Kacy Acree, Krystal Actis, Lauren Albertine, Denise Augusto, Betty Bonner, Dorothy Braden, Ashley Brown, Teresa Edwards, Katherine Winney Evans, Reola Gammon, Mini George, Jan Griffin, Ling Gitter, Karen Hamilton, Holly Holley-Harrison, Judy Bacchus Johnson, Sheryl Jones, Kerry Lyons, Bonnie Miller, Brittany Petrauskas, Tiffany Phillips, Willi Read, D. Moriah Robertson, Christine Russell, Eddie Stringer, Jessica Castleberry Thompson, Anetrice Davis Webb, and Vonetta Williams.

Level III –  Carolyn Coleman, Jehan Ellis, Lisa Hayden, Brenda Royal, Verlee Thompson, and Kristina Walter.

Level IV – Shirley Brown, Rachel George, and Lynn Regester.

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