Climbing the Ladder

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Twelve nurses recently completed SAMC's clinical ladder program. The Professional Advancement in Clinical Excellence (PACE) program is an annual development program available to all bedside nurses.

The program objectives are:

  •  Offer professional growth and increased satisfaction for the nurse
  •  Recognize and reward clinical expertise and excellence
  •  Recruit and retain highly skilled nurses
  •  Improve patient outcomes

Those completing the program, and the level achieved, include: (front row, from left) Charlotte Carter, 6E, Level 2; Kysha Howard, 7E, Level 2; Lana Moseley, 6E, Level 3; (second row) Debora Guice, 6E, Level 2; Stefanie Kincey, 7E, Level 1; Betty Lee, 6E, Level 2; Cynthia Hinson, 3C, Level 2; Mitzi Trawick, Family Birth, Level 1; (back row) Michelle Summerlin, 6E, Level 2; and Cathy Vance, 3C, Level 2.

Not pictured are Jenifer Schneider, 7E, Level 1, and Lou Worley, 6E, Level 2.