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Seneca nurse honored
04/23/2018

(KMZA)--The director of nursing at Life Care Center of Seneca has been named Director of Nursing of the Year for Life Care Centers of America’s Central Division.

According to a news release from Life Care Centers of America, the award was presented to Laura Noland during Life Care’s annual Directors of Nursing Meeting held recently at its headquarters in Cleveland, Tennessee.

The release says the award is given to the director of nursing in each of Life Care’s divisions who best demonstrates outstanding qualities in several areas, including customer service ratings, staff development and successful state surveys.

During the meeting, Noland was praised for her longtime commitment to the facility, starting as a licensed practical nurse in 1997 when the center was called Country View Estates. She has been director of nursing since 2002 and has led the building to several excellent state surveys, including some deficiency-free and this past year’s that earned Kansas Adult Care Executives’ Exemplary Facility Award.

Noland was selected for the award from all the directors of nursing in Life Care’s Central Division, which encompasses 35 facilities in Indiana, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.

 

 

 

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