MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Center for Nursing Innovation and Research for Morristown Medical Center officially opened last week.
The ultimate goal of the Center for Nursing Innovation is to improve quality patient care. The dedicated physical space (located across the street from the hospital) and innovative culture enables nurses to explore, share and develop new ideas aimed at improving patient, family and nursing interactions and ultimately, sharing innovations more broadly with nurses at Atlantic Health System and at medical centers across the nation.
By proactively seeking solutions to today’s health care challenges, Morristown Medical Center nurses will be on the forefront of change. The CNIR will pave the way for Morristown Medical Center nurses to be viewed as national leaders, as they disseminate new knowledge and best practices generated at the center.
According to hospital officials, $1.5 million in proceeds from The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center’s 2017 Mansion in May Designer Showhouse and Gardens was used to provide initial funding to establish this center.
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