APD Announces Robin Rice-Voigt, RN as the new Clinical Educator
October 7, 2011—Robin Rice-Voigt, Registered Nurse (RN), has accepted a new role in Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital’s education department as a Clinical Educator.
Voigt joined APD in February, 2007 as a staff nurse in the Medical-Surgical unit and the Surgical Services department. In her new role she will oversee the clinical competency program, develop curriculum, chair the Nursing Education Committee and conduct learning needs assessments.
In 2010 Voigt joined the Palliative Care program and has become a valuable addition to that team. In 2011 she became a Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse (CHPN) from the National Board for Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nurses (NBCHPN). Robin will split her time with Palliative Care and the education department.
“Robin has positively impacted many aspects of nursing at APD in the four plus years she has been with APD, and has been instrumental in educating staff and increasing awareness of palliative care,” states Brenda L. Blair, MC, SPHR, Associate Vice President of Human Resources & Organizational Learning. “She is a positive role model and a very caring individual. I am very excited to have her join the education team.”