Linda Clemen leads a session at LDI Your Leadership Team spent Friday at the Comfort Inn in Dixon for 2012’s first Leader Development Institute. The theme for the training was “Focus on Results”. Linda Clemen presented information on Value Stream Mapping. The Accountability Team, led by Suzanne Ravlin, presented ways that leaders are held accountable (watch for the video to be released soon!). I shared some thoughts around the Daily Huddle. Deb Didier provided information on analyzing budget variances and Dave Ginn closed out the day with thoughts on encrypting personal health information and an upcoming “No Email Tuesday (stay … Read More
Linda Clemen and the nursing division directors compiled answers to your questions in another edition of Employee Meeting Q&A. Check out their responses below. – Dave Would you ever consider opening Peds for employees kids that are sick so they can come to work? Several years ago Pediatrics provided a service called Kid Kare for employees and the community which allowed parents to bring sick children to be cared for by the nurses in the unit. We encountered several issues, including sick children who were frightened to leave their parents, difficulty managing time with both patients and employees’ children on … Read More
As we welcome our new Chief Nursing Officer Linda Clemen to the KSB family, I wanted to share this article she co-authored that was recently published in the Journal of Trauma Nursing. We’re happy to welcome such an experienced professional to our team! – Dave Click here to read the article.
Linda Clemen, VP/Chief Nursing Officer Today we welcome Linda Clemen, VP/Chief Nursing Officer, for her first day on the job at KSB Hospital. Linda is working with Carol Gugerty as Carol transitions to her December retirement. Linda comes to KSB Hospital with a notable healthcare career already under her belt. Linda has worked in nursing in California, New Jersey, Texas, and most recently as executive director of critical care at Iowa Health in Des Moines. Linda has a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a master’s degree in health administration. She has more than a decade of experience in nurse leadership. … Read More
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