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DRMC has received the American College of Cardiology's National Cardiovascular Data Registry ACTION Registry-GWTG Platinum Performance Achievement Award for 2016. DRMC is one of only 223 hospitals nationwide to receive the honor. This is the second year in a r... more.
Danville Regional Medical Center - About DRHS
R. Kim Grossman, Chief Nursing OfficerDanville Regional Medical Center - About DRHSR. Kim Grossman, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO).Kim has been with the organization since 1987, having served as Director of Nursing, Director of Patient Care Services and most recently Interim Chief Nursing Officer.Kim was named Chief Nursing Officer effective January 1, 2006. Previously Kim has had primary responsibility for nursing quality and has managed several patient units including: Critical Care, Telemetry/Progressive Care, Ortho/Neurosurgery, Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab, Heart Station, Respiratory Therapy, Neurodiagnostics and Home Health services. Kim earned an Associate degree in nursing and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy/Pre-Med from the University of Nebraska.He earned a Master of Science degree in Nursing Administration from the University of Minnesota.Kim is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
Danville Register Bee | Grossman lands new position at hospital
Grossman lands new position at hospitalKim Grossman works in his new office at Danville Regional Medical Center, where he now serves as director of nursing quality resource management. DANVILLE - Kim Grossman, the current director of nursing at Danville Regional Medical Center, will be changing jobs in the near future.He has been named the director of nursing quality resource management at the hospital, a job that is still being organized, he said.It's a long title that involves a lot of responsibility toward patient care at the hospital as he works with the approximately 300 nurses employed there."I will be looking at how to improve the nursing processes and care," Grossman said, in describing his new job."My major goal is to create an environment where nurses can provide the best nursing care to patients."That goal reflects the reason why he originally went into medicine, graduating from nursing school in 1980.Grossman was recruited to come work at what was then known as Danville Memorial Hospital about 18 years ago, a move that he said challenged his life."I came from a large metropolitan area, and it was my first time in a sole community provider hospital," he said.Grossman came to the hospital as the director of nursing, then took responsibility for case management.Next, he served as the director of home health and then back to director of nursing.Although he won't assume his new position until his replacement is found, he said his new position will be much like his position as director of nursing."I feel if people have an opportunity and place to work where they feel they can make the best contribution, they will do it," he said.Grossman said he walks around and talks to the nurses during times when he won't bother them."I like to visit the break room and talk to them at their desks," he said."Shift change is also a good time to catch them."He also finds that patients catch him as he is out in the community, which he calls "the neat thing about practicing nursing in this community.""The people who come to the hospital know you, and when people are pleased, they tell you," he said."It's not unusual to go to the grocery store and have people stop you."He laughed and admitted that the converse is also true, and he hears when things aren't so great.Grossman is married to a Spring Garden native, Marilyn, who is a nurse practitioner at Danville ENT.He has three children, and his oldest, a son, is currently serving in Iraq.
Grossman Assumes New Role at Danville Regional
DANVILLE, VA , (August 4, 2006) , Kim Grossman, Chief Nursing Officer of Danville Regional Medical Center, has been named to a new position where he can concentrate on quality nursing care. He will become Director of Nursing Quality Resource Management when his replacement as Chief Nursing Officer has been appointed. Grossman said he wants to devote himself to his passion , 'quality improvement in nursing care, where I can make a difference, and that requires a full-time commitment., Both Art and I are confident that this move will benefit the Hospital,' he said.
Danville Register Bee | Hospital ramps up staffing
Chief nursing officer Kim Grossman said many of the new workers are graduates of the hospital's nursing school."We are pleased this year's class chose to work right here at home," Grossman said, adding he felt it indicated the value of the program.While welcoming their new employees, hospital administrators are also honoring their old employees.
Danville Register Bee | Hospital shuffles management team
Kim Grossman, a hospital employee since 1987, was named chief nursing officer.Grossman was formerly the interim CNO.