NEW POST: Layton Anderson has been hired as chief resources officer for HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s hospitals. He joined the HSHS Division-Western Wisconsin in November.
Anderson has more than 25 years of health care experience in areas of strategic planning and implementation, development of leaders, improving engagement scores and collaborating with physicians and colleagues.
Anderson most recently served as vice president of hospital operations and outpatient services for Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield. Prior to his 16 years there, he served as human resources director for Riverview Healthcare Association in Crookston, Minn., and prior to that, at Villa St. Vincent, a senior living campus, also in Crookston.
Anderson holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at Lakeland University in Sheboygan.
He’s also a member of the North Dakota Army National Guard and parts and labor requisitioning supervisor for the 188th Air Defense Artillery in Grand Forks, N.D.
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CERTIFICATIONS: The following HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital staff have earned certifications:
• Danielle Hoffman, a registered nurse in the rehabilitation services department, earned her certification in rehabilitation nursing.
Attaining CRRN certification validates a person’s professional standing as an experienced rehabilitation nurse with a documented level of knowledge in this specialized area of practice. Rehabilitation nursing practice includes care management and treatment of conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, aging issues, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, cardiovascular illness, arthritis and spinal cord injury.
• Michael San Juan, a registered nurse in the cardiology department, earned his Progressive Care Certified Nurse accreditation.
This certification is a credential granted by AACN Certification Corp. that validates a nurse’s knowledge of nursing care of acutely ill adult patients. PCCN certification promotes continuing excellence in progressive care nursing.
From staff reports