Littleton Regional Healthcare Clinical Staff Receive Scholarship Awards
Littleton Regional Healthcare is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Nursing Administration, Dorothy M. Boisvert and Helen Rode Nursing Scholarship Awards, presented to deserving clinical staff who are furthering their professional growth through continuing education.
This year’s LRH Nursing Administration scholarships were presented to Marina Sellers, RN who is taking courses through Salve Regina University, and Shayna Regan, RN, who is studying with Rivier University – both nurses are working toward their NP degrees. Littleton Regional Healthcare is pleased to be able to help support these clinical staff members as they further their nursing education and we look forward to two new Nurse Practitioners in the community.
The Dorothy M. Boisvert Nursing Scholarship was established, in heartfelt remembrance, by Gail Clark and the rest of Dorothy’s family, to assist clinical LRH staff members in their pursuit of continuing education and skills to better serve Littleton Regional Healthcare patients and the community. This year, the Dorothy M. Boisvert Nursing Scholarship was presented to Stacy Terrio, LPN, who is taking courses through Community College of Vermont and has applied to Saint Joseph School of Nursing and Shalynn Roy, LNA who is taking courses through White Mountains Community College; both of these staff members are working towards their RN degree.
This year, LRH was happy to have two of our deserving nurses receive a Helen Rode Scholarship Award, presented by her husband Jack Rode, in loving memory. Jillian Quaglia, RN, and Lauren Appleby, RN are both taking BSN classes at Southern New Hampshire University and plan to continue their nursing careers at LRH.
“Congratulations to this year’s deserving Scholarship Award winners. Applications for these scholarship funds were received from nursing and clinical staff who are continuing their education. Each of this year’s recipients has shown their desire for professional advancement as well as their steadfast support for the patients in their care, and for their co-workers. We’d like to thank our entire nursing and clinical staff for their continued efforts in the care and commitment they show our patients every day.” states Koren Superchi, RN, MSN, Vice President Patient Care Services, and Chief Nursing Officer.