Della Jane Noll, LPN, Represents Minnesota

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The International Nurses Association has carefully selected Della Jane Noll, LPN, to represent nursing in their publication, Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Della Noll’s selection is a significant representation of her passion and dedication for the field of nursing.  She is considered to be among the best with her many years of experience, practicing since 1948.

Della retired from being a licensed practical nurse in 1997. Before she retired, she was an affiliate to Bethesda Hospital in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Bethesda is unlike traditional hospitals; delivering acute hospital-level care, while also offering integrated programs for their patients whose illnesses or injuries have long-term effects. Prior to working as a licensed practical nurse, Della was a psychiatric nurse from 1948-1961. As a psychiatric nurse she cared for people of all ages with mental illness or mental distress, building a therapeutic alliance with her patients, dealing with challenging behavior, and the administration of psychiatric medication.

In 1961 she graduated from Saint Paul College, also in Minnesota, with her license in practical nursing. Throughout her career, Della involved herself in the nursing community; helping others get well. She was a member of the Licensed Practical Nurses Association and volunteered for Meals on Wheels, an association that provides home-delivered meal services to people in need, for 30 years.

To find out more about Della Noll, please visit della-noll.findatopdoc.com. Also be sure to look out for her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.

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Evelyn Ann Kaminski, RN, MSN, APN-C, Represents New Jersey

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Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare and the International Nurses Association are proud to announce that Evelyn Ann Kaminski, RN, MSN, APN-C, is being honored for her exceptional successes in the nursing community.  With 36 years in the industry, Evelyn has demonstrated the passion, dedication, and enthusiasm for patient care necessary to be considered a Top Nurse in her field.

In February of 2012, Evelyn began work at the Immediate Care Children’s Psychiatric Center in Parsippany. The goal of the Center is to intervene when a child between the ages 5-17 are having a mental crisis.  They work together with families and perform outpatient services, as well as hosting an after-school program outpatient service for those children who need services without interrupting a school day. In the past, Evelyn has served as the Assistant Director of Nursing at St. Clare’s Health System and the Director of Quality Outcomes at Bergen Regional Medical Center. She is also a Reiki practitioner and used to lecture public health to the community of behalf of Summit Oaks Hospital.

In 1975, Evelyn earned her nursing diploma from Christ Hospital School of Nursing in Jersey City.  She then went on to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) at Rutgers University, where she graduated with honors.  Evelyn then obtained her Advanced Practice Nursing Certification from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, also through Rutgers. She brings over 25 years of experience to the field, treating children, adolescents, and adults.

To find out more about Evelyn Ann Kaminski, please visit www.njpsychcenter.com and evelyn-kaminski.findatopdoc.com. Also be sure to look out for her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.

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Grace Egbujor, RN, Represents Tennessee

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Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare and the International Nurses Association are proud to announce that Grace Egbujor, RN, is being honored for her exceptional successes in the nursing community.  With 17 years in the industry, Grace has demonstrated the passion, dedication, and enthusiasm for patient care necessary to be considered a Top Nurse in her field.

Grace serves Friendship Home Health, located in Nashville, Tennessee.  Friendship serves the Middle Tennessee area with 3 locations, providing skilled nursing, living assistance, and a variety of physical and occupational therapies available for residents.  Grace works for the corporate office of Friendship, conducting nurse administration procedures.  Typically, a nursing administrator is in a senior nurse position, overseeing the other nurses in a particular unit or facility.  Grace also makes sure that her patients are receiving quality care through Friendship systems.

In 1995, Grace received her ADN from Tennessee State University.  She then enrolled in the University of St. Francis for her Master’s in Healthcare Administration; a degree that has been vital for her current role today in administration.  Grace is now currently enrolled in a PhD program at Capella University.   Her memberships include enrollment in the National Association for Home Healthcare and the Tennessee Association for Home Care.

To find out more about Grace Egbujor, please visit www.friendshiphcs.com and www.grace-egbujor.info. Also be sure to look out for her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.

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Christina Lucchini, BSN, Represents New Castle, Pennsylvania

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Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare and the International Association of Nurses welcome Christina Lucchini, BSN, to a new standard of leading nurses; as a result of her exceptional success in the medical industry and her community. With 3 years of service completed in her field, Christina has consistently demonstrated the dedication, excellence, and devotion for patient care necessary to be considered among the best during her years in practice.

Christina received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA.  Duquesne is the largest comprehensive Catholic University in the state of Pennsylvania.  After graduating in 2008, Christina began working at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.  This hospital has the unique distinction of being voted one of America’s “Most Beautiful” Hospitals, whose inside and outside cater exclusively to children and young adults.  The hospital is also tied with 3 other hospitals for 8th place in 10 specialties, and was named to the U.S. News and World Report‘s Honor Roll of Best Children’s Hospitals.  With one of the fastest growing pediatric and pediatric research programs in the country, Christina is a valuable asset to the hospital.  Christina relies on the support of her family and excellent team of co-workers as the reason for her success in the nursing field.

To find out more about Christina, please visit the hospital’s website athttp://www.chp.edu/CHP/Home.  Also be sure to look out for her upcoming publication inWorldwide Leaders in Healthcare.

Christine Ann Krogness, CRRN, LPN, Represents Washington

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The International Nurses Association, INA, has carefully selected Christine Ann Krogness, CRRN, LPN, to represent nursing in their publication, Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.  Christine Krogness’ selection is a significant representation of her passion and dedication for the field of nursing.  She is considered to be among the best with over 30 years in practice.

Christine maintains a position within Providence Centralia Hospital based out of Centralia, Washington. Providence Centralia was ranked one of the national’s Top Performers on Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission. Within the Hospital, Christine is an experienced rehabilitation nurse; offering long-term care for physical disabilities and chronic illnesses, and coping with the healthcare limitations to help her patients reach their full potential. When Christine is not serving her patients, she is involved with academic instruction lectures for patient education.

In 1973, Christine attended Grays Harbor Community College in Washington and obtained her LPN degree. Christine also completed her Associates Degree in Nursing; in conjunction with obtaining her Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse certification. To remain up-to-date in her procedures and practices, Christine is a member of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses; an organization that advocates for continued education.

Be sure to look out for Christine Krogness’ upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.

Nancy Ann Vaughn, RN, Represents Alabama

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The International Nurses Association, INA, has carefully selected Nancy Ann Vaughn, RN, to represent nursing in their publication, Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.  Nancy Vaughn’s selection is a significant representation of her passion and dedication for the field of nursing.  She is considered to be among the best with nearly 15 years in practice.

Nancy maintains a position within the Mobile Infirmary Medical Center located in the state of Alabama. Mobile Infirmary has had their Bariatric Center named a Center of Excellence, as well as, their Diabetes Center’s education program recognized by the esteemed American Diabetes Association. Nancy is well versed in the field of nursing, with specific expertise in postoperative nursing care of gastric bypass patients. As a postoperative nurse, Nancy has an aptitude for ensuring her patient’s wounds are intact, and is also knowledgeable in wound care and the care of surgical drains. Nancy is dedicated to her patients, maintaining certifications in basic life support and CPR, to ensure that the quality of her healthcare is above standard. Aside from serving her patients, Nancy also provides safety training programs within the Center.

In 2001, she attended the University of Mobile and obtained her registered nursing degree. To remain current in the ever changing field of nursing, Nancy avidly reads the Journal of the American College of Nutrition; a peer-reviewed medical journal that covers scientific investigations of nutrition and metabolism.

Be sure to look out for Nancy Ann Vaughn’s upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.

Corinne Turner, RN, BSN, Represents Utah

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Representing the nurses of Utah, Corinne Turner, RN, BSN, has been selected to represent her community in the publication of The Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.  In practice for many years, Corinne represents the commitment, distinction, and passion for patient care needed to receive this respected honor.

Located in the Provo, Utah, Corinne is a float nurse in the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. Utah Valley Regional Medical Center is the only Level II Trauma Center south of Salt Lake County and serves trauma patients throughout the region. As a float nurse, she provides care, both general and specific, to various kinds of patients located in all care units on any shift. Within the Center, Corinne offers over 15 years of experience in nursing with certification in basic life support. When Corinne is not serving her patients at Utah Valley, she maintains a position on faculty at their affiliate facility, Orem Community American Folk Hospital.

Corinne attended Snow College in the state of Utah, graduating in 1997 with her degree as a registered nurse. Upon completion, Corinne obtained her bachelor of science in nursing degree and became a dedicated member to the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA). HOSA is a student organization funded by the US government and promotes career opportunities in the health care industry.

Be sure to look out for her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. 

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