Littleton Regional Healthcare Surgical Services Nurse Achieves CNOR Certification
August 24, 2015
Christina Morancie, RN, CNOR
Littleton, NH, - Littleton Regional Healthcare is pleased to announce that Christina Morancie, RN, has recently earned the credential of CNOR® after successfully completing a rigorous national exam. The CNOR® credential is developed and administered by the Competency and Credentialing Institute (CCI) and is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and the American Board for Specialty Nursing Certification. Achieving certification acknowledges Christina's commitment to the highest standards of patient care as well as validates the specialized perioperative skills, experience and knowledge she has attained.
"Patient safety and positive surgical outcomes are of the utmost importance to us and research shows that nurses who earn the CNOR credential have greater confidence in their clinical practice and in promoting improved patient outcomes." states Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Administrative Officer, Linda Gilmore. "Christina is an exceptional nurse, participates in nursing excellence committees and has been making the Dean's List in her educational advancement pursuits. Christina gives her all to her patients, co-workers and to LRH. Her enthusiasm for patient care and her continuing education in the nursing profession make Christina a very valued employee at Littleton Regional Healthcare. We're very lucky to have her." states Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Administrative Officer, Linda Gilmore.
"CNOR credentialing represents a level of professional achievement and a demonstrated knowledge of clinical competence and practice standards. Becoming certified as a CNOR portrays nurses as leaders and role models in the healthcare community as well as stewards for the operating room professional community. This credential reflects a deep personal commitment to the care of her patients."
For additional information about nursing career opportunities at LRH, please contact Linda Gilmore, RN, Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Administrative Officer at (603) 444-9280.
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