The men and women who serve as Littleton Regional Healthcare nurses make up one of the largest, most vital, and most versatile components of the overall healthcare mix. Littleton Regional Healthcare’s nurses are a group of caring, dedicated professionals, who remarkably combine knowledge and compassion, serving in front-line roles.
These nurses are passionate about what they do and committed to upholding the highest standards of the nursing profession. They are vital members of interdisciplinary teams, and above all, patient advocates who make a critical difference, delivering individualized, attentive care and acting as liaisons between patient and physician. Patients speak highly of the quality of nursing care they receive at Littleton Regional Healthcare, and families can rest knowing that the health and safety of their loved ones are in the best hands.
We believe our nurses are helping to lead our efforts to be the best in every facet of patient care. They are imperative to our mission – to provide quality, compassionate and accessible healthcare in a manner that brings value to all Littleton nurses who are knowledgeable and they rely on the latest technology along with career-long learning. That’s why we are committed to advancing the nursing profession through extensive opportunities for learning that include mentoring, advanced education, and our Clinical Advancement Program (CAP).
Clinical Advancement Program for Nursing (CAP)
Designed and implemented by staff nurses through the Blueprint for Nursing Excellence process described below, the CAP Program is designed to provide nurses who wish to remain actively involved in direct patient care with the opportunity for professional growth. Advancement will be determined by successfully demonstrating criteria including Professional Development, Clinical Practice, Leadership, Community, and Implementing and Promoting Evidence-Based Practice Models. The staff member’s primary job responsibility must be as a staff nurse.
Blueprint for Excellence in Nursing
Creative and improved recruitment, retention, training, and motivational strategies for nursing staff are crucial in today’s competitive environment. Blueprint for Nursing Excellence, a Quorum Health Resources (QHR) based program adopted by LRH in 2006, helps the nursing organization overcome barriers and achieve excellence by following a guided process of continuous improvement designed to proactively transform core processes of the nursing work environment. The nursing staff has been key to our success with this process, involved in the decisions and development of policy concerning their practice environment.
Nursing is a wonderfully rewarding profession, and Littleton Regional Healthcare is a one-of-a-kind place to be a nurse. We foster a tremendous work environment where nurses love to come to work every day. They are respected, cared for, and valued. Littleton nurses also mentor new nurses by encouraging growth through education and by serving as role models for healthcare professionals just entering the profession. At Littleton Regional Healthcare, we are proud of our nurses and our nurses are proud to work here. For more information, call 603.444.9268.
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Koren Superchi, RN, MSN
Vice President of Patient Care Services
Kimberly Force, RNC, MSN
Clinical Director Inpatient Services
Jody Brusseau, BHCA, RAC, CPHM
Case Management & Social Services
Katherine LeHoskey, RN, BSN, CNOR
Director Surgical Services, Operating Room, Central Sterile, Same Day Surgery, Endoscopy