Governor Matt Mead has appointed St. John's Medical Center chief nursing
officer Lynn Kirman, RN, to the Wyoming State Board of Nursing. This organization
is responsible for regulating nursing education and practice in order
to best serve and safeguard the people of Wyoming.
Board members serve to regulate the qualifications of nurses and nurse
aides practicing in Wyoming; develop and enforce legitimate nursing education,
practice and disciplinary standards; license APRNs, RNs, LPNs, and certify
CNAs; approve nursing education; disseminate advisory opinions; conduct
research; initiate and conduct investigations, hearings, and proceedings
concerning violations of the Nursing Practice Act and administrative rules
and regulations; apply disciplinary action appropriately; and determine
fees. The Board operates in conjunction with the Wyoming Department of
Administration and Information.
At St. John's Medical Center, Kirman provides administrative leadership
for inpatient nursing services (Primary Care Unit, ICU, and obstetrics),
emergency department services, oncology services, home-based services,
hospice, surgical services, pharmacy, quality improvement, and nutrition services.
Media contacts: Karen Connelly,
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