Crossing Rivers Health Foundation Awards Scholarship
Contact: Sasha Dull
Amy Berns recipient of the Dr. Roger C. Rademacher Memorial Scholarship for Clinical Excellence
The Crossing Rivers Health Foundation is proud to recognize Amy Berns as the most recent recipient of the Dr. Roger C. Rademacher Memorial Scholarship for Clinical Excellence. Amy recently obtained her Master of Science in Nursing – Leadership and Management from Western Governor’s University.
Amy stated, “Returning to school and earning an MSN has always been a personal goal of mine, as I genuinely love education and learning.” She shared that, as a Nurse, she is continuously advancing her knowledge and clinical skills through education. She believes that continuing education is essential in healthcare, since it’s a field that’s ever-changing.
While Amy has experience working in multiple departments including ER, surgery, and the medical-surgical inpatient unit, her passion is obstetrics. Amy looks forward to receiving future certifications in electronic fetal monitoring and obstetrics to further enhance her skills.
Amy shared, “This degree provided me with personal growth as a nurse, stressing the importance of evidence-based practice for best patient care, and developing critical leadership skills. This scholarship is an amazing opportunity that all staff should consider when furthering their education. Thank you to the Foundation and scholarship committee for selecting me to be a recipient of this scholarship.”
Sasha Dull, Chief Development Officer and Director of the Crossing Rivers Health Foundation stated, “The intent of the Dr. Roger C. Rademacher Scholarship is to provide financial support in the form of a grant to select clinical professionals employed at Crossing Rivers Health who are working to obtain certification and/or further their formal education or degree and the advancement of clinical skills. We’re honored to invest in the future of healthcare, by providing a scholarship in memory of Dr. Roger Rademacher. Congratulations to Amy for achieving her educational goals.”
Countless clinical professionals have benefited from the mentorship of Dr. Roger C. Rademacher, who was killed in a traffic accident in January, 2009. Through his 26 years of practice in Prairie du Chien, Dr. Rademacher leaves an outstanding legacy of integrity, trust, and compassion. Learn more about the Roger C. Rademacher Scholarship for Clinical Excellence at www.crossingrivers.org/scholarship.