Pictured above: Back row, left to right: Cuyuna Regional Medical Center Registered Nurses Brittany Howe, Dustine Parks, Jackie Holmes, and Kristy Gottschalk; front row, left to right: Peggy Forstner, Theresa Blomer, Kristin Christensen, Jennifer Mount, and Carrie Stueven. Not Pictured: Traci Gujer, Melissa Deseth, Christine Roy, and Sarah Oehrlein.
Cuyuna Regional Medical Center in Crosby recently recognized 14 of its Registered Nurses at a banquet for accomplishing vast criteria and education and applying it to their practice by completing the organization’s Clinical Recognition Program.
Registered Nurse Laura Maxwell of Pine River, Outpatient Services Nurse Dustine Parks of Aitkin, and Operating Room Carrie Stueven of Aitkin were recognized as Clinical Scholars. Clinical Experts who were honored included Recovery RN Theresa Blomer of Pequot Lakes; Nurse Manager Pre-Op and Post-Op Kristin Christensen of Deerwood; Diabetes Care Coordinator Missy Deseth of Ironton; Surgical Services RN/Clinical IT Coordinator Peggy Forstner of Crosby; OR Nurse Education Coordinator Kristy Gottschalk of Pequot Lakes; Recovery RN Traci Gujer of Aitkin; Medical Surgical Coordinator Jackie Holmes of Deerwood; Recovery RN Brittany Howe of Nisswa; Critical Care Coordinator Jenn Mount of Crosby; Operating Room RN Sarah Oehrlein of Brainerd; and Radiology RN Christine Roy of Fifty Lakes.
The purpose of the Clinical Recognition Program (CRP) is to recognize and reward commitment to and expertise in clinical practice for Registered Nurses employed at CRMC. The CRP provides opportunities for eligible nurses to progress through a clinical career advancement program through the initial and ongoing achievement of designated credentials, clinical skills, and contributions. All nurses covered by the Registered Nurse employee policy agreement are eligible to apply.