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TODAY news for Thursday, October 5, 2006

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‘Boot camp’ held for new LLUMC nurses

�Boot camp� held for new LLUMC nurses
The adult registered nurse new graduate program (NGP) is dedicated to new graduate registered nurses who enter the adult nursing profession at Loma Linda University Medical Center. Adult nursing boot camp consists of a series of comprehensive orientation classes and is the core educational program of the adult NGP. In celebration of their achievement and completion of boot camp, participants are invited to a luncheon to commend them for the commitment and hard work they display as registered nurses at Loma Linda University Medical Center. Pictured at the Friday, September 29, luncheon are (seated, from left) Shutze (Dawn) Huong, RN, unit 6200; Diane Kim, RN, unit 7300; Marissa Bartholomew, RN, unit 7100; Svetlana Bouz, RN, unit 7200; and D’Ann Park, RN, unit 8100. Standing are (from left) Lexine Thall, RN, nurse manager, unit 9200; Liesel Miller, RN, nurse manager, unit 9100; Carolyn Marlow, RN, educator, staff development; Daniel Fontoura, MBA, senior vice president, LLUMC; Andrea Mason, RN, nurse manager, unit 8100; Ghinette Tamano, RN, educator, staff development; and Sharmel Weerasinghe, RN, educator, unit 8100.

TODAY news for Thursday, October 5, 2006