Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Future Nurses treated to day at Sparrow
Students participating in Michigan State University’s Future Nurses Club Summer Enrichment program had the opportunity to see and hear firsthand from some of Sparrow’s finest during a visit on Tuesday, July 15.
Ten students from Lansing’s Eastern, Sexton, and Everett high schools met with Sparrow Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Mary Lou Wesley, RN, MSN, and Vice President, Christine Jodoin, MSN, RN, NE-BC.
They also heard from Caregivers in Human Resources, Diversity and Patient Experience about what it means to be a nurse at Sparrow. The students also toured to visit with nurses working in specialized areas including Orthopedics, the Emergency Department, Mother/Baby, Cardiac, and Pediatrics. Find more photos from their visit on facebook.
In June Sparrow joined an elite group of hospitals that have achieved Magnet® redesignation, signifying the highest level of nursing excellence, quality Patient care and innovative professional nursing practices in the country.