CDH Obstetric Nurse Achieves Advanced Certification
WINFIELD, Ill., November 3, 2010 – Kai A. Cullerton, RNC, BSN, MHA, of West Chicago, Ill., recently earned an advanced certification in Maternal-Newborn Nursing (RNC-MNN) after successfully completing the nationally recognized exam. Currently, Cullerton is the assistant manager of patient care services in the Mother/Baby Unit at Central DuPage Hospital (CDH).
The National Certification Corporation (NCC) is a not-for-profit organization that provides a national credentialing program for nurses, physicians and other licensed healthcare personnel. Certification is awarded to nurses in the obstetric, gynecologic and neonatal nursing specialties and certificates of added qualification are awarded to licensed healthcare professionals in the subspecialty area of electronic fetal monitoring.
Cullerton earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Rush University and a Master of Health Administration from National Lewis University.
A mother of three, Cullerton and her husband, Michael, reside in West Chicago.
About Central DuPage Health
Central DuPage Health is the parent company of Central DuPage Hospital (CDH). CDH is a nationally recognized 313-bed facility located in Winfield, Ill., a suburb west of Chicago. CDH is a leading center for medical technology, one of the busiest surgical hospitals in Illinois and has achieved Magnet® recognition for excellence in nursing services.
For the last four consecutive years, Thomson Reuters has listed CDH as a 100 Top Hospital in the U.S. CDH has affiliated with other healthcare leaders, including regionally known Children’s Memorial Hospital for pediatric care and, most recently, nationally known Cleveland Clinic for cardiac surgery.
Central DuPage Health is an interdependent network of healthcare organizations and services, including convenient care centers, occupational health services, home health and hospice care. For more information or to find a doctor on the medical staff of CDH, visit www.cdh.org or call 630-933-4234/ TTY 630-933-4833 for the hearing impaired.