LRH RNs Achieve BSN Degrees
June 14, 2016
Littleton, NH, - Littleton Regional Healthcare is pleased to announce that Medical Surgical Unit nurse Patricia Belanger has received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, Summa Cum Laude, from the University of Maine in Fort Kent. Trish has been with LRH since 2008 and has recently accepted a leadership position in one of the hospital's specialized care units.
LRH is happy to report that Cori Elliott, Emergency Department RN, also achieved her BSN. Cori graduated Cum Laude with her BSN in December from University of Maine- Fort Kent Campus and is currently attending Rivier University in Graduate Studies for Family Nurse Practitioner. Cori has been a nurse for 10 years with most of her experience occurring in the Emergency Department and Critical Care Unit. Cori is an AHA Instructor and enjoys learning and training with other health care providers.
Christina Morancie recently received her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Summa Cum Laude, from the University of Maine, Fort Kent Campus. She has been at nurse at LRH for eight years, the last seven years as a perioperative nurse scrubbing and circulating surgical cases. Chris is a founding member of LRH's Nursing Professional Practice Evaluation Council. She plans to start graduate studies this coming fall.
Congratulations, Trish, Cori and Chris on obtaining your BSN. These nurses enthusiasm for patient care is only matched by their dedication to the nursing profession. By achieving their BSN degrees, Trish, Cori and Chris have shown that they've taken steps to expand their knowledge, critical thinking skills and clinical judgment to better meet the demands of exceptional patient care. Receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing increases their professional responsibilities and demonstrates that they are truly committed to the nursing profession and the patients under their care.
"Littleton Regional Healthcare encourages our staff to continue their professional development. Trish, Cori and Chris are excellent examples of LRH's caring nurses; committed to their careers and compassionate about the care they provide. We're fortunate to have such skilled and dedicated nurses at Littleton Regional Healthcare." states Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Administrative Officer, Linda Gilmore.
For more information on Littleton Regional Healthcare, contact Linda Gilmore, RN, Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Administrative Officer at 603-444-9280.
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