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Home During the Army Nursing System of Care kickoff ceremony April 6 at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Intensive Care Unit nurse Windi McNeeley explains why the focus on patient and family centered care is a high priority. “When I care for patients, I keep in mind that this is someone’s mother, father, brother, sister or someone’s precious child,” said McNeeley. During the Army Nursing System of Care kickoff ceremony April 6 at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Intensive Care Unit nurse Windi McNeeley explains why the focus on patient and family centered care is a high priority. "When I care for patients, I keep in mind that this is someone's mother, father, brother, sister or someone's precious child," said McNeeley.

During the Army Nursing System of Care kickoff ceremony April 6 at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Intensive Care Unit nurse Windi McNeeley explains why the focus on patient and family centered care is a high priority. “When I care for patients, I keep in mind that this is someone’s mother, father, brother, sister or someone’s precious child,” said McNeeley.

During the Army Nursing System of Care kickoff ceremony April 6 at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Intensive Care Unit nurse Windi McNeeley explains why the focus on patient and family centered care is a high priority. "When I care for patients, I keep in mind that this is someone's mother, father, brother, sister or someone's precious child," said McNeeley.

During the Army Nursing System of Care kickoff ceremony April 6 at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Intensive Care Unit nurse Windi McNeeley explains why the focus on patient and family centered care is a high priority. “When I care for patients, I keep in mind that this is someone’s mother, father, brother, sister or someone’s precious child,” said McNeeley.

During the Army Nursing System of Care kickoff ceremony April 6 at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Deputy Commander for Nursing Col. Joy Napper speaks to attendees about the standards within the new program. “Enhancing nursing excellence and standards in the delivery of quality care will contribute to positive patient outcomes for Soldiers and their Families,” said Napper.
Blanchfield Army Hospital – BACH – Fort Campbell KY