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Published on November 05, 2020

Parkview Nurses Receive Certifications

 

PUEBLO, November 5, 2020– Parkview is proud to announce twenty nurses have validated their expert knowledge and skills.  The following nurses have earned their certifications:

Stephanie Revetariano-Certified Medical Surgical Registered Nurse

Brittney Via- Certified Medical Surgical Registered Nurse

Terra Chambers- Certified Medical Surgical Registered Nurse

Li’ana Martinez- Certified Medical Surgical Registered Nurse

Philip Olsen-Progressive Cardiac Care Nurse

Stacie Gray McCue-Certified Critical Care Nurse

Natalie Gura-Certified Critical Care Nurse

Shelly Austin-Certified Critical Care Nurse

Felicia Ortiz-Certified Critical Care Nurse

Jonathan Pacheco-Certified Critical Care Nurse

Karen Salcedo-Certified Emergency Nurse

Delton Bartell-Certified Emergency Nurse

Darryl Davis-Certified Emergency Nurse

Justina Gonzales-Certified Emergency Nurse

Matthew Nitka-Certified Emergency Nurse

Anita Potter-Certified Wound Care Associate

Pamela Bryant-Wound Care Certified/Ostomy Management Specialist

Jennifer Degroot-Inpatient Obstetric Nurse

Sierra Novak-Inpatient Obstetric Nurse

Victor Janoski-Trauma Certified Registered Nurse

“We are extremely proud of our certified nurses.  The specialty certification requires nurses to take continuing education that promotes the most current evidence-based practice and this contributes to the high-quality care we provide each and every day at Parkview,” stated Renee Elwell, Chief Nursing Officer at Parkview. 

To become a certified nurse, individuals must meet specific requirements for experience, complete continuing education hours and pass a rigorous exam.  Parkview started celebrating certified nurses in 2013 and had a total of 53.  As of today, there are over 210 certified nurses at Parkview.  

 

About Parkview Medical Center

Founded in 1923, Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo, Colorado, offers general acute healthcare and behavioral health specialty services. As a private, non-profit organization, Parkview is licensed for 350 beds and provides a full range of healthcare services including the region’s only certified and verified Level II Trauma Center as well as the region’s first certified Stroke Center. Parkview Medical Center is the leader in cardiac, women’s, emergency, and neurological services as well as behavioral health programs. As a vital healthcare source, Parkview’s service area includes Pueblo County and 14 surrounding counties, which together represent 370,000 total lives.

Parkview Medical Center is the largest non-government, nonprofit, private sector employer in Pueblo County with more than 2,700 employees and provides a skilled medical staff of over 370 physicians. The impact of our workforce triggers a strong impact on the community as Parkview’s annual payroll contributes $155 million to the economy.

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