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Nursing

Nursing

As an inpatient at Coshocton Regional Medical Center, you can be confident you’ll receive quality care delivered with genuine compassion by people you know – nurses with the skilled training and unique devotion to the practice of nursing. The trust you place in our nursing staff is a reflection of their commitment to care and dedication to healing.

In our nursing units, we strive to maintain a nurse-to-patient ratio that allows high quality care that meets the medical needs of the specific patients in our care. Our nursing staff work as a team to ensure the medical and emotional needs of our patients are met. We believe that healing happens best in a compassionate, comfortable, supportive environment and our nursing and support staff members are dedicated to creating that therapeutic environment in each nursing unit.

Ongoing Education – A Priority at Coshocton Regional Medical Center

From master’s and bachelor’s degrees in nursing to ongoing study for clinical certifications in their specific field of interest, our nurses welcome the advanced education necessary to meet the challenges of the ever-changing world of health care. Our nursing staff carries specific credentials designating the educational degrees they have earned including:

RN – Registered nurse (associate or bachelor’s degrees)

BSN – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (4-year degree)

MSN – Master of Science in Nursing (post-graduate degree)

Many Coshocton Regional Medical Center nurses and technicians also carry advanced certifications in areas that apply to their specific department. These certifications require additional classwork, training and examinations before the certification is awarded. Many members of our nursing staff hold certifications in areas such as:

  • Emergency services
  • Surgery ​​
  • Medical/surgical care

Coshocton Regional Medical Center is proud of the continued dedication to ongoing education that keeps us serving our patients with the most up-to-date knowledge of health care advancements. If you see credentials behind your health care provider’s name, please don’t hesitate to ask what the initials represent. Our staff members will be happy to explain how what they have learned helps you heal.