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Rice Hospice director earns certification

WILLMAR -- Mary Beth Potter, director of Rice Hospice, recently received national certification in hospice and palliative care administration from the National Board for Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nurses. She has been the director of...

WILLMAR -- Mary Beth Potter, director of Rice Hospice, recently received national certification in hospice and palliative care administration from the National Board for Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nurses. She has been the director of Rice Hospice for three years.

To qualify for the exam, candidates must verify they are a nurse and have served at least two years as a full-time administrator within the past three years. The certification exam covers areas such as leadership, planning operations, finances, human resources, quality, marketing and public relations and ethics. Certification is valid for four years.

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