NMMC RN Completes Specialized Training

Photo: Daniel Beaulieu, RN
Photo: Daniel Beaulieu, RN
Posted Aug. 14, 2014, at 12:06 p.m.

Fort Kent ~ Lisa Pelletier, Unit Leader of the Operating Room at Northern Maine Medical Center (NMMC), announced that Daniel Beaulieu has successfully completed the perioperative nursing course. The course, offered by the Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses, (AORN), prepares operating room nurses by utilizing best surgical nursing practices based on scientific research.

Beaulieu was first hired at NMMC in 2001, at which time he was employed as an Emergency Room nurse. He was later promoted to a nursing supervisor position.

Two years ago he accepted a position in the Operating Room. Beaulieu obtained his nursing degree from the Edmundston School of Nursing in 1994. He is currently preparing to take the CNOR exam to become nationally certified as a perioperative nurse. CNOR is the only accredited credentialing program for perioperative registered nurses. CNOR is the gold standard for measure of knowledge which validates nursing qualifications to provide specialized nursing care.

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