Press Release: Mary K. Hiltgen, BSN, RN, Represents Wisconsin with Entry into Renowned Publication Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare
The International Nurses Association has carefully selected Mary K. Hiltgen, BSN, RN, to represent nursing in their publication, Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Mary Hiltgen’s selection is a significant representation of her passion and dedication for the field of nursing. She is considered to be among the best with her many years in practice. Mary maintains a position in the staff at the Shawano County Department of Community Programs located in Shawano, Wisconsin. As a nurse manager at Shawano County, Mary is responsible for the case management, mental health, alcohol and drug inpatient and outpatient treatment, emergency mental health and alcohol/drug services, and crisis intervention; taking care of mentally and physically challenged patients, specializing in critical care. In the past, Mary worked in the heart and lung transplant department, as well as pediatric intensive care. Mary keeps herself current in medicine by sustaining her certifications in basic, advanced cardiac, and pediatric advanced life support; amongst other certifications. She has been a nurse since her graduation from Viterbo University in 1986 with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Viterbo’s nursing program emphasizes health promotion and disease prevention, as well as, advanced technology to minimize the effects of disease and disability. Mary has had a successful career do to treating her patients the she would want to be treated. To find out more about Mary K. Hiltgen, please visit www.mary-hiltgen.findatopdoc.com . Also be sure to look out for her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. To find a doctor in your area, please visit www.findatopdoc.com .
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