September 23, 2017

The CNS Role at Mission Health

Nurses at Mission Health in western North Carolina now have another avenue to move into advanced practice. With the continued focus on our BIG(GER) Aim, the need for more advanced practice Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) has become apparent. The CNS collaborates and consults in the management of complex patient and family care across the continuum of care for acute and/or chronic health conditions.

Two Mission Health nurses who are passionate about their CNS roles are Jeanie Bollinger, MSN, RN, ACCNS-AG, CCRN-CSC, Sepsis CNS, Mission Hospital and Andie Slivinski, MS, RN, ACNS-BC, CEN, Emergency Services CNS, Mission Health.

Read more here about Jeanie and Andie plus info about the CNS role across the U.S.

ED staff members play a pivotal role in recognizing the patient’s signs of sepsis. From left to right are Angela Bailey, RN; Meg Galloway, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN; Kim Smith, RN, Team Leader; CNS Jeanie Bollinger and Nate Heath, CNA. To view the image larger, click on the photo.

 

Mission Hospital ED staff engaged in discussions about patient and family care across the continuum. From left to right are Michael Gleydura, RN, CEN, CPEN; CNS Andie Slivinski; Chris Flanders, MD; and Renee Collette, BSN, BA, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P, Office of Decedent Affairs. To view the image larger, click on the photo.

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