Join us for a celebration of male nurse leaders!

On Monday, February 18th, CCN will welcome Andy Romine, CEO of Rockledge Regional Medical Center, for its annual Joe Burrage Memorial Lectureship. This year, the celebration will continue with a casual dinner immediately following the program. Come out for food and fellowship and hear from male nurse leaders in our community and our nation!

Please RSVP to rurussell@ua.edu by February 15th if you plan to join us for dinner. One nursing CEU will be offered for attending this event.

Join us for a celebration of male nurse leaders!  On Monday, February 18th, CCN will welcome Andy Romine, CEO of Rockledge Regional Medical Center, for its annual Joe Burrage Memorial Lectureship. This year, the celebration will continue with a casual dinner immediately following the program. Come out for food and fellowship and hear from male nurse leaders in our community and our nation! Please RSVP to rurussell@ua.edu by February 15th if you plan to join us for dinner. One nursing CEU will be offered for attending this event.   Andy Romine, CEO of Rockledge Regional Medical Center, is a true leader in his field. Over the course of his career, he has developed broad expertise in the health care industry, with experience in clinical, managerial and administrative roles. Before taking on his role at RRMC, Romine served eight years as Chief Nursing Officer at Trinity Medical Center and Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala. Prior to those roles, he served in various clinical and managerial capacities at Mercy Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Romine earned his master of health services administration from Xavier University, and his bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Cincinnati.  This event is free to the public. Dinner will immediately follow, please RSVP to rurussell@ua.edu if you plan to stay for food and fellowship. Contact Rosemary Russell, rurussell@ua.edu for more information.

Andy Romine, CEO of Rockledge Regional Medical Center, is a true leader in his field. Over the course of his career, he has developed broad expertise in the health care industry, with experience in clinical, managerial and administrative roles. Before taking on his role at RRMC, Romine served eight years as Chief Nursing Officer at Trinity Medical Center and Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala. Prior to those roles, he served in various clinical and managerial capacities at Mercy Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Romine earned his master of health services administration from Xavier University, and his bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Cincinnati.


This event is free to the public. Dinner will immediately follow, please RSVP to rurussell@ua.edu if you plan to stay for food and fellowship.
Contact Rosemary Russell, rurussell@ua.edu for more information.