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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
http://www.wcgh.org/about-us/110years/nursing-has-changed-say-wcgh-school-of-nursing-grads/



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:
http://www.wcgh.org/hospital-services/belfast-public-health-nursing/



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
http://www.wcgh.org/nursing-leadership-changing/



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.
http://www.wcgh.org/belfast-public-health-nursing-receives-grant/



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
http://www.wcgh.org/director-of-nursing-hired/



Three providers join WCGH
years. She graduated from Harvard University and received her Master of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Yale School of Nursing in 2012.   Davis has a particular clinical
http://www.wcgh.org/three-providers-join-wcgh/



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
http://www.wcgh.org/chief-nursing-office-onboard/



RNs, CNAs honored
CNA Paige Emerson receives a hug from Chief Nursing Officer Heather Quesnel after being honored for her excellent work.       An Intensive Care Unit charge nurse and a CNA from the Women and
http://www.wcgh.org/rns-cnas-honored/



Hospital awards $20,090 in scholarships
scholarships totaling $20,090 for the academic year beginning September 2014 as follows:   Nursing: Karrah Armstrong (Mary S. Enk Scholarship), Candy Cook (Nancy Drinkwater Memorial Scholarship),
http://www.wcgh.org/hospital-awards-20090-in-scholarships/



Co-op’s Roundup program adds up
charitable organization for that two-week period. The donation is for Belfast Public Health
http://www.wcgh.org/co-ops-roundup-program-adds-up/



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