GLHS announces awards, organizational appointments
– Leigh Wilken, R.N.
– Pat Ginda, R.N.
– Joan Glick, R.N.
– and Ashley Schwartz, R.N.
The nurses are also required to complete 1,750 hours in direct bedside care of acutely or critically ill patients within a two-year period as well as participate in continuing education programs to maintain certification.
Dana Slatton, R.N. has been appointed to division director of Emergency Services for Greater Lafayette Health Services.
In her new position, Slatton will be responsible for the operation of the emergency departments on both campuses and the Ambulance/EMS.
Slatton received her associate’s degree in nursing in 1985 from Purdue University North Central and her bachelor’s of science degree from
Slatton is a member of the Emergency Nurses Association and is a Certified Emergency Nurse. She is also an ACLS, PALS and TNCC instructor.
Carol Bailey, R.N., has been appointed division director of Inpatient Medicine Services for Greater
In her new position, Bailey will be responsible for 2 PCW, 3 East and 3 Central.
Bailey graduated from the
Bailey joined the staff at
Tammy Summers, R.N., has been appointed division director of Inpatient Surgical Services for Greater Lafayette Health Services.
In her new position Summers will be responsible for 4 North, 4 PCW and 3 PCW.
Summers received her bachelor of science in nursing from
Summers began her nursing career in 1988, when she joined the staff at St. Elizabeth on 3 Central as a nurse tech. She transferred to the St. Elizabeth ICU in 1989. Following graduation from