December 2019 - Lexington Regional
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Monthly Archives: December 2019

Brittany Hueftle accepted into AONL Nurse Director Fellowship Program

Congratulations to Brittany Hueftle, Director of Transitional Care, for being accepted into AONL Nurse Director Fellowship! This year-long professional development program targets the unique leadership development needs of individuals accountable for the planning, directing and coordinating the operations of multiple units/departments or service lines in support of the strategic direction of nursing and the organization. The program provides an in-depth environment of learning and incorporates the AONL Nurse Executive Competencies. Participants strengthen their current skills, acquire new competencies and

LRHC Recognized with 2019 Performance Leadership Award in Quality, Outcomes and Patient Perspective

Lexington, Nebraska, December 9, 2019 –Lexington Regional Health Center has been recognized by The Chartis Center of Rural Health and the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH) for overall excellence in quality, outcomes, and patient perspective. Based on the results of the Hospital Strength INDEX from iVantage Health Analytics, the Performance Leadership Awards reflect top quartile performance among all rural hospitals in the United States in either Quality, Outcomes or Patient Perspective. “Lexington Regional has a strong

Stop the Bleed Training in Lexington Schools

Lexington Public School nurses along with two Lexington Regional Health Center nurses were recently certified in Stop the Bleed training. (Melanie Steinwart, RN, Samantha Sleicher, RN, Bonie Muzzey, LPN, Lacey Anderson, RN, Skylar Munster, RN, and Tracy Harbison, RN) Lexington Regional Health Center was asked to help facilitate use of the grant throughout Nebraska. The training was taught by Lexington Regional Health Center Director of Emergency Services and Trauma Nurse Coordinator, Jennifer Vigil, RN.  The kits came through a grant

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