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Volunteer nurse supervisor Trisha Groschel, BSN, RN, left, among Haiti Adventist Hospital’s newly certified nursing staff.
By DonaJayne Potts
The nursing staff at Haiti Adventist Hospital (HAH) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, are celebrating training, certification and achievement milestones thanks to a dedicated missionary nurse supervisor.
Once a cardiac intensive care nurse for Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital, Trisha Groschel, BSN, RN, a graduate of Pacific Union College, is now a volunteer missionary nurse supervisor and educator at HAH.
Since her arrival to the hospital in May of 2016, she has provided clinical management for six nursing care units. In addition, she has contributed to the education and development of nursing staff, through the creation of training programs, certification opportunities and achievement recognition systems.
Over the past six months, Groschel and her team of nurses celebrated the following achievements:
It is Groschel’s passion to educate and empower the nurses at Haiti Adventist Hospital. Her goal is to equip nursing staff and leadership with the necessary knowledge and skills to continue the work that has been started. “God has led me to change the lives of our staff and our patients. I know He will continue to bless our hospital,” she said. Groschel will return to the United States in October of 2017.
Hopital Adventiste d’Haiti is a member of Adventist Health International (AHI), a multinational, non-profit corporation with its headquarters located at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California. AHI has been established to provide coordination, consultation, management and technical assistance to hospitals and health care services operated by the Seventh-day Adventist church, particularly in developing countries.