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Happy Valentine’s Day!

2023-02-14T17:13:22+00:00

Roses are red, Violets are blue, OHC loves nurses, Yes we do. We love each one, The great and the small, But our long-time nurses, We love most of all.     OHC loves our long-time employees! In OHC’s 23 years, we have had many amazing nurses come and go – and many come back! Here are OHC’s most treasured long-time employees. These amazing nurses have worked for OHC for many years and on many different assignments. We are so lucky to have them on our team.   (Poem by our own Rachel!)

Happy Valentine’s Day!2023-02-14T17:13:22+00:00

Showing ALL Occupational Health Nurses some Love in 2023!

2023-02-02T22:58:36+00:00

We are inviting you and all Occupational Health Nurses colleagues to the join Northeast Association of Occupational Health Nurses and one of the 10 NEAOHN States for FREE! Yes – that is correct, NO CHARGE if you live or work in our region! This is a limited time offer that runs until May 12, 2023 (Florence Nightingale's birthday - the original Occ Health Nurses because she cared for soldiers during the Crimean War). You MUST live or be employed in one of these states: Connecticut Delaware Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Rhode Island Vermont To access this [...]

Showing ALL Occupational Health Nurses some Love in 2023!2023-02-02T22:58:36+00:00

Couple of the Year

2023-02-02T22:41:09+00:00

Paul and I were proud to accept two awards at the 2023 Bread & Roses Community Appreciation Night. We received the Couple of the Year Award and OHC received a Partner Appreciation Award. We love working with Bread and Roses, a soup kitchen in Lawrence, MA!

Couple of the Year2023-02-02T22:41:09+00:00

Join the Committee on the History of the MA NP

2023-01-19T19:38:08+00:00

MCNP Launching Committee on the History of the Massachusetts Nurse Practitioner Posted on 1/14/2023 Capturing and Preserving our NP History When the First Massachusetts NP program began some 55 years ago in 1968, the future of the role was far from clear. The history and path that NPs have tread in order to reach our current level of practice is essential to record and celebrate. The Preservation of our history is underway with the establishment of a MCNP Committee on the History of the Massachusetts Nurse Practitioner. The Committee is currently focusing on the early years of NP education and practice [...]

Join the Committee on the History of the MA NP2023-01-19T19:38:08+00:00

Are you eligible for Educational Loan Repayment?

2023-01-03T16:00:44+00:00

The Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, under contract with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS), is now accepting applications for the MA Repay program. With funding from the American Rescue Plan and the Opioid Recovery and Remediation Trust Fund and a goal of supporting and retaining the behavioral-health and primary-care workforce, the program offers between $12.5K and $300K of educational loan repayment to eligible healthcare professionals in exchange for a 4-to-5-year commitment to their current or another eligible institution. Qualifying employees include but are not limited to social workers, primary care physicians, psychiatrists, nurses (including APRNs), [...]

Are you eligible for Educational Loan Repayment?2023-01-03T16:00:44+00:00

2022 Profile in Courage Award Winner- Nancy Clover!

2022-12-06T21:02:33+00:00

Congratulations to our very own, Nancy Clover for receiving the 2022 Profile in Courage Award!   MaAOHN's write-up from their Facebook page: "Courage implies having the mental and moral strength to move though difficult times especially when facing the unknown. Resilience requires that through these challenges, you maintain control without wavering from your commitment. Creativity is marked by the power to create through deliberate or spontaneous thought. Professional Caring is a human behavior that includes cognitive, affective, psychomotor, and administrative skills. Nursing Leadership is the ability to influence and motivate nursing staff and other health care workers to work together to [...]

2022 Profile in Courage Award Winner- Nancy Clover!2022-12-06T21:02:33+00:00

Site Visits with Nicole

2022-12-05T22:27:03+00:00

  We recently got a chance to visit some OHC companies! Here are some of the OHC nurses that Nicole was introduced to:   Carla Collins, NP at Sanofi Cmabridge   Jane Kelly, RN at Bristol Myer's Squibb   Nurses Jill Blake & Nadia Tikhomirova at Sanofi in Cambridge   Thanks to all for having us, it was wonderful getting to visit!  

Site Visits with Nicole2022-12-05T22:27:03+00:00

Welcome Rachel to the OHC Team!

2022-05-17T17:43:11+00:00

Join us in welcoming Rachel Stotz to the OHC Operations Team. She will be working to support Nancy, Paul and Nicole in multiple ways – including billing, payroll, auditing, website maintenance and OHC social media presence. Rachel has worked for many years as a librarian and brings her organizational skills to the table. She will help Nicole to update some of our forms and processes. You will start to see her name or hear from her and we are very excited to have her join our team. Rachel enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, and all things Dolly Parton. She lives in Austin, [...]

Welcome Rachel to the OHC Team!2022-05-17T17:43:11+00:00

Sending Supplies to Ukraine

2022-03-04T21:51:35+00:00

Paul and I dropped off 8 boxes of medical supplies to join many other boxes. These are being shipped to Canada then flown to Poland and then will be transported to Ukraine. Our prayers and thoughts for the people of Ukraine and for peace.

Sending Supplies to Ukraine2022-03-04T21:51:35+00:00
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