School of Nursing Faculty Member Achieves NCC National Certification
|Date: Friday, April 6th, 2012||Return to Archive|
NCC is pleased to announce that Kimberly Botner has successfully met the requirements to maintain the NCC national credential as a Women's Health Care Nurse Practitioner (WHC).
The credential is earned by meeting educational and/or practice requirements and taking a rigorous examination that covers the specified specialty areas.
Kimberly Botner joins the over 100,000 health care professionals that have earned the prestigious NCC credential since 1975. Maintenance of the credential is required every three years and involves a continuing competency assessment and earning continuing education.
NCC congratulates Kimberly Botner on achieving this professional milestone.
NCC is a not for profit organization that sponsors a national certification program in the obstetric, gynecologic and neonatal specialties. NCC is accredited by the Nation al Commission for Certifying Agencies. Please visit nccwebsite.org for more information about NCC and NCC credentials.
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