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Moulton Passes Certified Emergency Nurse Exam

Western Maine Health Vice President of Clinical Services, M. Patricia Cook, RN, MBA, EdD, announced recently that Stephens Memorial Hospital (SMH) Registered Nurse Joanne Moulton has passed her Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN ®) exam.

Since receiving her nursing degree, Moulton has worked for Stephens Memorial Hospital for nearly 26 years, mostly in the Emergency Department and ICU, however, she also has experience as a Medical/Surgical Nurse and a Birthplace nurse.  All of Joanne's experience culminated with several months of studying and allowed her to pass her certification exam. 

Of Moulton, Nurse Director of Emergency Services, Darlene Glover, RN, states, "I am very proud of Joanne. The Certified Emergency Nurse examination is a national test administered by the National Emergency Nurses Association to validate knowledge in all areas of emergency nursing, from heart attacks to snake bites, from ear aches to multiple trauma and legal issues. 

This exam requires a great deal of studying and commitment on the part of the registered nurse and Joanne has certainly demonstrated this commitment. I congratulate her on her achievement"

The CEN ® Exam is a national test that is specific to the specialty of emergency nursing.  Certification reflects the attainment of this specialized body of knowledge and clinical competence.  

Joanne is a member of the National Emergency Nurses Association.  In addition to her nursing experience, Joanne is also a Core Energy Psychotherapist, a Hypnotist, and Life Coach.

Joanne has lived in the Oxford Hills area most of her life.  She lives in South Paris with her significant other Reed Saunders.  Joanne has 2 adult children, 4 grandchildren; her proud mother also lives in the Norway area.

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