About Our Nurses
Quite often, we hear how much our nurses love their jobs. We hear it from the nurses themselves, as well as our patients. That’s because there’s a lot at ProMedica to make a nurse happy – a supportive and collaborative environment, the appropriate resources, continuing education, professional advancement, a nursing research program, and competitive pay, among many reasons.
The fact is, our nurses are an integral part of our healthcare team. They work side-by-side with physicians. And, while on the job, they take appropriate initiative, embrace responsibility and work diligently to create a safe, compassionate and healing environment. It does not go unnoticed.
ProMedica Nurse Practice Council
ProMedica’s collaborative nursing structure means you have the opportunity help guide and advise the direction of nursing practice based on standards, evidence and best practice. The council supports the recommendations and actions of the Nursing Leadership Collaborative.
Vanessa Billiot, RN, ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital
“Even though I was familiar with the process of administering moderate sedation, I added to my knowledge as I researched for this project. No matter how often you perform a procedure, looking through evidence-based information helps cement the principles. I enjoyed working on this project immensely. I found it very fulfilling to research information and learn."
Peggy Walters, RN, CRNI, ProMedica Home Infusion Pharmacy
"Providing a cost-effective delivery model that allows patients to remain in their own homes during necessary infusion therapies is what makes my job worthwhile every day. I have been in the home infusion field for 25 years of my career and have found it to be a challenging – but very rewarding – specialty."
Stacie Miller, BSN, RN, ProMedica Toledo Hospital
“Being involved gives the bedside nurse the opportunity to participate in decision making and process development - it gives us a voice. The PEP program provides recognition and incentive to reward the time and dedication required for this level of involvement.”