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Ronda Harrison Named President Elect of Michigan Association of School Nurses

Friday, May 20, 2011
ROCHESTER, MI – Crittenton Hospital Medical Center and Rochester Community Schools have announced Ronda Harrison, RN, BSN, NCSN as the “President Elect” for the Michigan Association of School Nurses (MASN). She will serve one year in this position before becoming President. Her duties and term of office start July 1, 2011. Ronda is the School Nurse Coordinator for Crittenton and Rochester Community Schools.

“We are lucky to have Ronda”, stated Michelle Hornberger, Crittenton’s chief strategy officer. “She is passionate and dedicated to the students and families in Rochester and will be able to share that with others by virtue of this appointment. This is an incredible honor and recognition for her”.

The mission of the Michigan Association of School Nurses is to be proactive in issues that affect the health of children, promote optimal learning in the educational setting, and to advance the practice of professional school nurses.

School nurses diligently adhere to high standards of professionalism and Crittenton is proud to recognize Harrison for this achievement. Harrison will work toward focusing on Michigan’s children and with meeting the health needs of students in the school setting.

 

About Crittenton:
CRITTENTON HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER
1101 W. University Drive, Rochester
248-652-5000
www.crittenton.com

Crittenton Hospital Medical Center is a 290-bed acute health care facility serving communities in Oakland, Macomb and Lapeer counties. The medical staff of nearly 500 physicians provides a wide range of medical specialties. Crittenton’s partnerships with the University of Michigan Health System for electrophysiology and cardiovascular surgery, and the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Center for oncology services make it the destination of choice in its community. As a fully-accredited teaching facility, Crittenton provides a campus for residents from Wayne State University’s School of Medicine who are specializing in Family Medicine, and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT). Crittenton also is a teaching campus for nurses from Oakland University’s School of Nursing.


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