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Nursing has changed, say WCGH School of Nursing grads
2009 WCGH Annual Report.) Listen to the graduates of Waldo County General Hospital School of Nursing and it’s almost as if they spent three years in "boot camp." As student nurses, they were to

Director of Nursing hired
  Waldo County General Hospital has a new Director of Nursing and Teri Young-Hise, MSB, RN-BC, of Camden, couldn’t be more enthusiastic about her new job.      And clearly she has skills that

Belfast Public Health Nursing receives UMCC grant
  United Mid-Coast Charities recently presented Belfast Public Health Nursing Association with a grant for $5,000. On hand for the presentation were, from left, Belfast Public Health Nurse Ginnie

Belfast Public Health Nursing receives grant
Belfast Public Health Nursing recently received the first half of an $8,000 grant awarded by Key Bank for the Lena Peirce Frederick Fund Trust, Alfred Johnson Trust, and William Furber Bean Trust.

Chief Nursing Office onboard
RN, BSN, MS, saw the advertisement from Waldo County General Hospital looking for a Chief Nursing Officer, she did her research and liked what she saw. “I was looking for an organization that had

Nursing leadership changing
status, the growth of services to enhance patient care and safety, a solid nursing staff with some of the lowest turnover rates in the state and national recognition as a safe, quality

Belfast Public Health Nursing
care. A homeless veteran who needed shelter and medical services. Belfast Public Health Nursing is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation located at 119 Northport Avenue, Belfast. Telephone:

New “patient” is better training for medical personnel
Working on SimMan are, from let, Kris Shula RN, a house nursing supervisor; Erin Bellaire RN and Deece Ruggles RN, both of the nursing education department.   Waldo County General Hospital has a

Fat Tuesday fundraiser nets $1,300
dinner were, from left, Gail Dudley RN, operating room director; Nicole Kenney RN, ICU nursing director; Donna Poulin RN, informatics; Pam Sprague RN, MSU nurse director; and Lisa Sirois, MSU

Daisy Award
compassionate care. They are recognized as outstanding role models in our nursing community.                                                                      

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