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Beth Gould, a nurse at ...
Beth Gould, a nurse at Mount Ascutney Hospital, worked with Stearns for 17 years in the ambulance department.
would do the same with the EMT program," said Gould
Beth Gould, nurse manager of ...
Beth Gould, nurse manager of Mt. Ascutney Hospital's Emergency Department, said continuing training for EMS crews pays off: "The better care in the field, the better it is for patients."She believes EMS services have changed through the years."Before, it was just load and go.Now it's a lot more treatment oriented," she said.
...Gould also holds local and regional leadership positions.
"It's nice to be recognized," said Gould
."We have a dedicated staff."
Mt. Ascutney Hospital staff have won related honors through the years.Dr. Beach Conger was named Vermont's Emergency Physician of the Year in Vermont in 1994, and Beth Gould
, Jeanne Smith and Dawn Paquin have all been named Vermont's Emergency Nurse of the year.
Beth Gould, Nurse Manager in ...
Beth Gould, Nurse Manager in the Emergency Department at Mt. Ascutney Hospital, led the effort to offer all nurses in her department a chance to become certified at no cost through a grant from the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing. Gould said she nominated Mt. Ascutney Hospital for this recognition because of the tremendous support that emergency nurses receive from the administration to further their education.She
also commented on the commitment that each of these nurses gives every day to their patients.
"We appreciate the emergency nurses' help in this endeavor.It's a boost to our ER capabilities to have this many certified nurses.It also shows that they are confident in themselves and their nursing skills," said Gould
will represent Mt. Ascutney Hospital
at a recognition breakfast in Nashville, Tennessee in September to accept the award on behalf of the nurses and the hospital.
Vermont Emergency Nurses Association | About VTENA
Beth GouldDIRECTOR-AT LARGEMT. Ascutney HospitalRR 1 Box 12Windsor, VT 05089e-mail Beth.Gould@Hitchcock.org
"We really, really do appreciate it," ...
"We really, really do appreciate it," said Beth Gould, emergency room manager.