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JRMC Clinical Program Coordinator Receives Certification for Cardiovascular Care

August 20, 2013

Richmond, Va. (Aug. 20 , 2013) — Donna Doherty, clinical program coordinator at John Randolph Medical Center, has achieved recognition as a Certified Cardiovascular Care Coordinator from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care (SCPC).

Doherty is being honored for demonstrating an enhanced skill set in team building, process improvement, strategic data utilization, provider education and project management.

“This honor truly reflects Donna’s commitment and dedication to ensuring that cardiovascular patients receive the world-class care they deserve at John Randolph,” said Suzanne Jackson, CEO of John Randolph Medical Center. “We are proud of her achievements and know she will continue to remain a strong advocate for our patients.”

The objectives of the certification are to:

  • Promote standards of competency for coordinators in the leadership role
  • Promote professional and hospital success by helping coordinators define and obtain the requisite knowledge and skills to fulfill their responsibilities effectively
  • Provide special recognition to those coordinators who demonstrate mastery of an acquired body of knowledge and skills in the cardiovascular continuum of care through successful completion of the certification process

Founded in 1998, SCPC is a nonprofit international organization dedicated to reducing cardiac deaths and disease worldwide. They provide education and process improvement-based accreditations and certifications for healthcare facilities seeking recognition for their commitment to excellence.