Sue Stockholm, Treasurer and Damien Scott, CEO presented Reynolds a $500 Scholarship. Stockholm also presented Jackson a $500 Scholarship.
Reynolds has been employed with Emanuel Medical Center in the ICU for over a year as a RN. She is currently seeking her Master’s in Nursing to become a Nurse Practitioner through Walden University College to become Family Nurse Practitioner. She says, “she plans to stay local and focus more on wellness and prevention for the community.” “Brandi is not only an excellent nurse, but also is a compassionate, caring, kind, humble, knowledgeable and a very hard worker”, Dina Durden, RN.”
Jackson has been employed with Emanuel Medical Center for over 4 years as a H.I.M Tech. She will continue her education to obtain her Coding certificate. She says, “I want to become a coder to increase my skills and knowledge in the medical field.”
The Emanuel Medical Center Auxiliary Group is proud of the dedication and Education both Reynolds and Jackson have put forth to better serve our hospital, and community.