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Community Health Network receives grant

7:39 PM, Mar. 19, 2013  |  Comments
Accepting the $1000 grant from Janis Edwards, Green Lake County/Ripon Community Foundation (far right) is (left to right): Nicole Slusser, RN, SANE-A; Karen Simolon, Director of the CHN Foundation; and Kelly Schmude, RN, ED Clinical Manager for CHN.
Accepting the $1000 grant from Janis Edwards, Green Lake County/Ripon Community Foundation (far right) is (left to right): Nicole Slusser, RN, SANE-A; Karen Simolon, Director of the CHN Foundation; and Kelly Schmude, RN, ED Clinical Manager for CHN.
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The Community Health Network Foundation, in partnership with Nicole Slusser, RN, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program Coordinator from Berlin Hospital Emergency Department, recently received a grant of $1,000 from the Lucille M. Grams Fund of the Green Lake County/Ripon Community Foundation. The funds will be used to help provide continuing education for currently trained SANE nurses, along with assistance in their response process.

In rural communities it is difficult to orientate new SANE nurses and keep all SANE nurses feeling confident about their practice when hands-on opportunities can be limited. Offering the nurses additional opportunities for clinical practice and learning are important to maintain skills and remain passionate about their work.

Berlin Memorial Hospital currently has six SANE nurses working within the organization, three of which are completing their orientation process.

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