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PRMC's certified nurses enjoyed refreshments and accolades at a social on National Certified Nurses Day, March 19.
Peninsula Regional Medical Center celebrated the unique contributions of nationally certified nurses and other professional staff on Certified Nurses Day, Tuesday, March 19, with an afternoon social in their honor.
“We are very proud to have more than 200 certified nurses and other professionals who we celebrate today,” said Marybeth D’Amico, Vice-President for Patient Care Services. “This shows their dedication to their profession, their patients and patients’ families, and the community. Certification is a validation that these individuals have demonstrated experience and skill in their individual complex specialty of practice. It also displays their persistence in the course of study that is required to achieve these certifications and the ongoing drive required to maintain.”
According to data collected by the American Board of Nursing Specialties in 2013, nurses in the U.S. and Canada held more than 683,684 certifications granted by 27 different certifying organizations and 122 different credentials designate these certifications.
Certified Nurses Day is an annual worldwide event dedicated to celebrating certification as a means to ensure high standards of patient care and to promote continuing excellence in the nursing profession. Initially proposed by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the day honors the birthday of the late Margretta “Gretta” Madden Styles, an international pioneer of nursing certification who designed the first comprehensive study of nurse credentialing.