Speare Memorial Hospital 2019 Clinical Advancement Program participantsCAP Program
Posted on November 4th, 2019 by Speare Memorial Hospital

Professional Growth and Development Celebrated at CAP Luncheon

On Wednesday, Oct 30, 2019, the 2nd Annual Clinical Advancement Program (CAP) Luncheon Celebration was held at Speare Memorial Hospital. CAP encourages staff to create a climate that promotes professional growth and development, leadership skills and excellence in patient care.

CAP program
(CAP Committee Members and Participants L-R) Kris Hering, CNO – MSN, RN, NE-BC, FACHE, Jennifer Oldenburg, MHRM, Dina Brodis, MLT/ASCP, Dianne Reid, CAP Chairperson – MS, BSN RN, NE-BC, , Amy Tredo – RN, BS, CNOR, Sharon Woodman, RN, CAPA, Kim Brian, M.S., ACSM-CEP, Craig Johnson, C.M.E.S., C.C.T.

(Staff not pictured) Amy Tomasello RN, CLC, Sindee Atwood MT, Jennifer Hennessy, RNC, Janette Gaumer RN/LD, Lee Marcoux CST

CAP Participants apply annually and the committee evaluates a candidate for proficiency in the following behaviors:  

  • Excellence in Clinical Practice
  • Leadership Skills
  • Community Involvement
  • Professional Development.

Some CAP Participants have been a member since 2010 and others have joined in 2019.

Speare Memorial Hospital is very appreciative of all CAP Participants for the hard work and dedication they bring to their roles.

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