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18 TUESDAY, JULY 29- THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014 HEALTH & FITNESS Cape Gazette Delaware Hospice welcomes new vice president Delaware Hospice announces the appointment of Sue Ber- netich, CFRE, of Wilmington to the position of vice president of development. President and CEO Susan Lloyd said, "We are pleased to have Sue Bernetich in this role. Delaware Hospice will benefit from her extensive knowledge of fundraising as well as a com- mitment and comprehensive understanding Sue Bernetich of our organiza- ware Hospice four years ago tion." in the position of associate Bemetich director of individual giving. w i 11 h a v ePrior to that, she served in vari- statewide re- ous development positions for sponsibilitiesnot-for-profit organizations in for all of Dela- Delaware, including the Dela- ware Hospice'sware Community Foundation, development Delaware Museum of Natural activities. History, Bayard House and the Bernetich Delaware Center for Contem- joined Dela- porary Arts. Bernetich earned Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing releases fact sheet The Margaret H. Rollins The school grants a nursing Class makeup was 86percent fe- School of Nursing at Beebe diploma in professional nursing, male and 14 percent male. There Healthcare in Lewes Lewes has a three-year program with the are 620 living alumni with known a long tradition of academic first year completed at a corn- addresses. excellence that offers extensive munity college or university. Total operating budget of the clinical experience. Founded in Graduates are eligible for RN Margaret H. Rollins School of 1921 as the Beebe Nursing Train- nursing licensure. All students Nursing was $1,865,274 in fiscal ing School, it is the only nursing are informed that they will need year 2013. Annual student tuition school located on the grounds to earn at least a bachelor's de- and fees were $5,400 for first of a hospital in Delaware. The gree in nursing and are provided year and $5,700 for senior year. clinical opportunities provided with contact information for Scholarships awarded in 2013 to- by Beebe Healthcare for the Wilmington University and the taled.$40,981 among l9 students. nursing students at the school UniversityofDelaware. Students Direct loans awarded totaled give graduates experiences that who have a degree prior to enter- $136,379 among 26 students. Pell aid them in ways unmatched by ing the School of Nursing are grants awarded were $111,928 others schools in the state. The encouraged to pursue the RN to among 26 students. school name was changed Oct. 1, MSN option. Accreditation for the Marga- 2011, to the Margaret H. Rollins Applications to the school each ret H. Rollins School of Nursing School of Nursing to recognize year number 100 to 110. Each at Beebe Healthcare is by the the generous donation of the nursing class has a capacity of 30 Accreditation Commission for MA-RAN foundation to honor students. In August 2013, a total Nursing Education, approved by Margaret H. Rollins. of 56 students enrolled. Average the Delaware Board of Nursing. In 2012, the RN licensure pass age was 26. Sixty-three percent of rate was 100 percent, the highest them came from Sussex County, pass rate in the state. The RN 16 percent from Kent County, 5 pass rate for students is consis- percent from New Castle County tently above 80 percent, and 16 percent from out of state. OPEN 5-10PM DAILY lupo di mare HAPPY HOUR 5-7 DALLY Italian Kitchen BEST OF DELAWARE AWARD WINNER: S O D E L C O N C E P T S. C O M DOWNSTATE ITALIAN DINING 302.226.22/40 NEWLY EXPANDED WINE & CRAFT BEER SELECTIONS NEW LAB OFFERS FASTER TURNAROUND TIME DR. KIM MILLIGAN has opened BG Laboratory, an analytic test- ing facility in Dover that provides services for environmental testing, unknown sample identification, and medical and commercial test- ing. Milligan guarantees her test results in 24 hours. Speed has revolutionized al- most every industry from online shopping to same-day package delivery to booking hotel rooms; why not the laboratory testing in- dustry? Milligan and her team are applying this hurry-up mentality to the lab. She presented her busi- ness plan to the Rotary Club July 21. Milligan says speeding up the lab turnaround time will give her company a competitive advan- tage. I!ind your path to Better Living1 Repairing Relationships Grief Recovery from Loss or Divorce Resolve Stress, Anxiety & DePression ichard L. Todd, M. Div. Call 302-853-( ist with over 35 years Ctr, Dr. ani's Office on~:l global fundraising executive cer- forward to continuing to support tification in 2012. its worthwhile mission through Bernetich said, "I am honored our partnerships with members and excited to assume this new of the community." role in a leadership position with For more information about Delaware Hospice. The positive Delaware Hospice's programs feedback from our families af- and services, upcoming events, firms the value of its services and or employment opportunities, the high level of care provided call 800-838-9800 or go to www. by our exceptional staff. 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