Three Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center nurses surprised with SNHU scholarships

STEVE: THREE REGISTERED NURSES WHO WORK FOR DARTMOUTH HITCHCOCK MEDICAL CENTER HAVE RECEIVED SCHOLARSHIPS TO HELP THEM PURSUE THEIR DEGREES AT SHNU. MARISSA: NURSES WERE SURPRISED AT WORK TO ANNOUNCE THEY WILL BE RECEIVING $1,000 TO SUPPORT THEIR EDUCATION. ELISE BEER WORKS AT THE INTENSIVE CARE NURSERY AND IS ENROLLED IN THE MASTERS OF NURSING PROGRAM. HOPE SCELZA WORKS IN PERIOPERATIVE WARDS AND IS WORKING TO OBTAIN HER BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. AND ALISON SWANSON WORKS IN THE VASCULAR SURGERY SPECIALTY TEAM AND WORKS ON HER MASTERS OF NURSING

Three Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center nurses surprised with SNHU scholarships

Three registered nurses who work for Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center have received scholarships to help them continue their education at Southern New Hampshire University. The nurses were surprised at work to learn that they will receive $1,000 to support their education. career, but also a challenging, demanding and time-consuming career,” said Karen Clements, DHMC and Clinics Chief Nursing Officer. “That these nurses are choosing to continue their education in addition to their workload during the COVID-19 pandemic speaks to their desire to be the best nurses possible and their commitment to providing their patients with the highest quality care. possible. Hope Scelz, of Quechee, Vermont, works in perioperative wards and is working on her bachelor’s degree in nursing. Alison Swanson, of Bradford, works on the vascular system specialty surgery team and is working on her master’s degree in nursing.

Three registered nurses who work for Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center have received scholarships to help them continue their education at Southern New Hampshire University.

The nurses were surprised at work to learn that they will receive $1,000 to support their education.

“Nursing is a hugely rewarding career, but also challenging, demanding and time-consuming,” said Karen Clements, DHMC and Clinics Chief Nursing Officer. “Let these nurses choose to pursue their studies in addition to their workload. during the COVID-19 pandemic is a testament to their desire to be the best nurses possible and their commitment to providing their patients with the highest quality care possible.

Elise Beer, from Chichester, works in the Intensive Care Nursery and is enrolled in the Masters of Nursing programme.

Hope Scelz, of Quechee, Vermont, works in perioperative services and is working on her bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Alison Swanson, from Bradford, works in the specialist vascular surgery team and is working on her Masters in Nursing.