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by Lauren Dubinsky , Senior Reporter
From the March 2014 issue of DOTmed HealthCare Business News magazine


HCBN: What are your future plans after you step down?

RS: First of all, continuing my day job. I am the director of perioperative services at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield, Wisconsin, I love my job and it’s always challenging and there are new things every day, so I’m excited about that. As the immediate past president of the AORN, I will have the privilege of serving as an adviser to the National Leadership Development Committee. This committee is elected by the membership to screen members in preparation for formulating the next year’s ballot. After the ballot is identified, we assist the candidates to prepare for the election process by mentoring them and assisting them in working through the processes that are required for the candidates leading up to Expo and their presentations at the Meet the Candidates Session. I’m also looking forward to having additional time to devote to my church, my family, and my pets.
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