Hartzell is new director of nursing at Clarview
SLIGO Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, a non-profit 120-bed skilled nursing facility, is pleased to announce the selection of their new director of nursing, Mindy Hartzell, Registered Nurse.
Hartzell is a registered nurse, residing in the Shippenville area with her husband and children.
Since earning her degree from Clarion University/Venango campus of Pennsylvania, Hartzell has been involved in an assortment of nursing functions.
She brings with her a variety of nursing experiences including orthopedics, emergency medicine, psychiatric/mental health, addiction/recovery, administration and most recently palliative care and hospice.
"I feel very blessed, honored and excited to be a member of the team at Clarview. I am eager to see what the future holds for our residents, their families and staff.
"We are very excited for Mindy to join our mission.She comes to us with a background in various nursing capacities that will be a huge asset to the nursing department and our Clarview family.
"We will let her get settled in and extend a warm welcome for the community to meet her at an upcoming meet and greet to be announced in March," said Alison Mills Monrean, NHA.
Proudly serving the community since 1979, Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center located at 14663 State Route 68 Sligo, is committed toprovide high levelmedical care and services for individuals in need of post-acute care, recovery from onset of illness or injury, surgical recovery or for those in need of care related to chronic disease management.
Conveniently located on the Clarview campus, Country Springs Personal Care was established in 1996 to serve members of the community in need of 24-hour care, while maintaining their independence and peace of mind.
For more information about Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center or Country Springs Personal Care, call (814) 745-2031 or visit http://www.clarviewnursing.com