The International Nurses Association Acknowledges Grace Adiyiah, RN, BSN, MA, with Publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare

The International Nurses Association and Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare proudly announce the addition of Grace Adiyiah, RN, BSN, MA, as a valuable member of the nursing community of Minnesota. Featuring 19 years of experience in the healthcare industry with a special focus on critical care nursing, Grace has consistently demonstrated the abilities, compassion, and vision necessary to be mentioned among the Top Nurses in her field.

Equipped with her RN-BSN degree from Bethel University, Grace joined the ranks of official registered nurses 19 years ago. She lends her skills and knowledge in all facets of critical care to fulfill the duties of her current role with North Memorial Medical Center of North Memorial Healthcare in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. An integral partner in the community, The Center has been serving the Twin Cities area and beyond for nearly 60 years. North Memorial Medical Center continues to provide patients with compassionate, quality care and also highly skilled teams and technology as a Level I Trauma Center. The same high standard of care extends throughout their services including cancer, orthopedics, heart and stroke care, and women and children’s services. Grace attributes her success to her determination and her will to success as well as her continued education that includes a master’s degree of arts. In addition, she is an inductee of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society.

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Jane Smalley, RN, MA, CEN, CPEN, Featured as a Trauma and Emergency Nursing Expert in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare

An established nurse executive and registered nurse with extensive experience in trauma and emergency nursing, Jane Smalley, RN, MA, CEN, CPEN, represents Minnesota in the prestigious Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Published by the International Nurses Association, the publication brings together only the most accomplished, knowledgeable, and experienced healthcare professionals endowed with the vision, compassion, and abilities required to be mentioned among the best in their respective fields.

Jane is respected and highly regarded registered nurse specializing in trauma and emergency nursing, two of the most emotionally and educationally demanding arrays of nursing. She performs at a superior level of quality within St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Little Falls, Minnesota. Established in 1892, the hospital has the equipment, expertise, and experience necessary to deliver a comprehensive spectrum of health services to the communities of central Minnesota. Jane accrued almost three decades of uniquely diversified experience in nursing and attributes her success to continuing education, passion for nursing, and dedication to reaching for goals.

A Certified Emergency Nurse as well as a Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse, Jane obtained her registered nursing degree in 2006 from the College of Saint Scholastic, a private college in Duluth, Minnesota. Jane is also an active member of several groups and societies that represent her professional goals and aspirations, including the Emergency Nurses Association, Minnesota Nurses Association, and American Organization of Nurse Executives.

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Della Jane Noll, LPN, Represents Minnesota


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.

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