Heart Failure nurses across America provide care for countless numbers afflicted with heart failure. Today’s heart failure nurse is required to be highly technically proficient in a wide range of diagnostic and treatment areas. Heart failure nurses must also continue the nursing tradition of caring in a compassionate way much in the same way as the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale who brought scientific rigor to nursing while preserving her caring touch.+ Read More
June, 2013 — Angela Logan RN, PCCN is dedicated to her hospital, the people entrusted to her care, and her career as a nurse.Â While the same could be said for the nearly...Read more
June, 2012 – Bambi Henson, RN, FNP-BC, a nurse practitioner at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital Home of the Texas Heart Institute in Houston, Texas, has been named the...Read more
June, 2011 – Jennifer Johntony, RN, MSN, CPNP-AC/PC, a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the Heart Center at Rainbow Babies and ChildrenÃ•s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, has...Read more
June, 2010 – Jody Bock, RN, CNS has been named the recipient of the Colloquium’s Heart Failure Nurse Recognition award for 2010. Bock is the Director of Professional...Read more View Newsletter
COLUMBUS, Ohio â€“ (April 14, 2014) Columbus Regional Hospital, located in Columbus Indiana, continues to be nationally recognized for quality patient care, successfully completing their annual re-accreditation in heart failure with The Healthcare Colloquium. Members of...