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St. Joseph’s names Burton 2 West Medical Surgical-Pediatrics Unit Manager 

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St. Joseph's Mercy Health Center


HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – St. Joseph’s Mercy Health Center recently named Jennifer Burton, RN, BSN Unit Manager of the 2 West Medical Surgical-Pediatrics Unit.

Previously and most recently, the 12-year St. Joseph’s co-workers served as Clinical Coordinator for the 2 Wes Unit.

“I am honored to be named to the position of 2 West Unit Manager,” Burton said. “I love pediatrics and we have a lot of excellent co-workers on our staff. We have good rapport with the pediatricians and give our patients quality care. St. Joseph’s has been good to me and it is really nice to be able to express your faith like we are able to here. We actually pray to kick off our team meetings before each shift. That would not be allowed at a lot of places, but it is encouraged at St. Joseph’s.”

Burton is married and she and her husband, Rodney, live in Bismarck with their two children – nine-year-old Lindsey and five-year-old Maty.

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