Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce
140 NE 1st Street,
Delray Beach, FL 33444

Phone: 561-278-0424
Delray Medical Center is a 535-bed acute care hospital located at: 5352 Linton Blvd Delray Beach, FL 33484 561-498-4440
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Congratulations to our New Grad Nurses who just completed their six week Critical Care training class. Now they head to work in our Critical Care departments! For more information on careers at Delray, visit Delraymedicalctr.com.

Our Pinecrest Team was proud to team up with our sister facility St. Mary's Medical Center to promote our rehab services at the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses Annual Conference in West Palm Beach. For more information on Pinecrest and our full array of services, visit https://www.delraymedicalctr.com/our-services/rehabilitation/pinecrest-rehabilitation-hospital.

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Congratulations to Renee Stincer, RN, who has been promoted to Assistant Director for Rehab Services in Pinecrest. Renee has been at Delray Medical Center for over six years. She started as an RN on the oncology unit and for the past two years has been in the clinical manager role for Pinecrest. In this new role, Renee will be responsible for the management of the department’s daily operations, coordination of patient care and patient experience. In addition, she will participate in continuous quality improvement and ensure that the department staff meets regulatory agency standards, CARF and State Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Prevention (BSCIA) standards and complies with unit established standards of care, hospital, and corporate policy and procedures. She will also be responsible for assisting with budget preparation, management of supplies, equipment and resources in the department.

Thank you to Delray Beach Fire Rescue for inviting us to participate in their Open House today at Station 111. Stop by and see us! We are here until 2pm!

Thank you to the Jewish Club of Huntington Pointe for inviting Arif Dalvi, MD, Neurologist, to speak their group on Aging in the 21st Century. For more information on neurosciences program at Delray, visit https://www.delraymedicalctr.com/our-services/neurosciences.

Surgical Services is proud to announce that Rene Bisson, RN, Team Leader of Neurosciences, now holds the CNOR Certification in Nursing. Earning the CNOR credential is a mark of distinction and professional accomplishment and is a Category A national certification for the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program. Congratulations on this outstanding accomplishment and thank you for your hard work and dedication to the profession of nursing. For more information on nursing careers at Delray, visit https://www.delraymedicalctr.com/for-health-professionals/careers-at-delray-medical-center.

Delray Medical Center recently participated in "Day in the Life of a Nurse" (DITLOAN), a shadowing program developed by the Nursing Consortium of South Florida to encourage Junior and Senior High School students to consider a career in nursing. Over the past few years, Delray Medical Center has partnered with Omni Middle School to provide students with interactive educational experiences in surgical services, physical and occupational therapies, laboratory services, infectious diseases, hands only CPR, respiratory therapies, trauma - “stop the bleed” and radiology services. For more information on careers at Delray, visit https://www.delraymedicalctr.com/for-health-professionals/careers-at-delray-medical-center.

Happy Emergency Nurses Week! Thank you to our ER Nurses for your dedication to DMC! For more information on Emergency Services at Delray, visit https://www.delraymedicalctr.com/our-services/emergency.

Congratulations to Jason Call, MSN, RN, CNS, CEN - Patient Experience Manager and Richard Wiltse, MSN, RN, CNS, CNOR - Clinical Specialist in the Operating Room, who have attained licensure as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) to practice as a Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS) by the Florida Board of Nursing. Both Jason and Richard have earned a Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) and hold a nationally recognized specialty certification in nursing. In addition they have meet the requirements as set forth by the Florida Board of Nursing in order to become licensed as an APRN-CNS. For more information on nursing careers at Delray, visit https://www.delraymedicalctr.com/for-health-professionals/careers-at-delray-medical-center.

A look behind the scenes! WPTV is here to interview Dr. Arif Dalvi, neurologist, about the deep brain stimulation procedure. Their cameras will be following one of our patients into the OR today to capture how DBS is changing lives for patients with tremors. Thank you Stephanie Susskind WPTV!

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