October 27, 2009 -
Brenda Tassie of Port Angeles has been promoted to the position of manager of nursing supervision and social services.
“Brenda has done an excellent job the past two years in her role as a supervisor of the nurse staffing office and social services departments. I am confident her strong work habits will carry over into the managerial role.” says Lorraine Wall, chief nursing officer, Olympic Medical.
Tassie has been employed at Olympic Medical Center for the past 20 years in a variety of positions. In addition to her promotion to manager, she has also been given the added responsibility of managing the house supervisor group, who handle the staffing, admissions and overall administrative responsibilities during night and weekend shifts. In total, Tassie is responsible for 19 employees.
Olympic Medical Center is a comprehensive health care provider for more than 70,000 residents of Clallam County. It provides inpatient services at its 126-bed acute care facility, and outpatient services, including cancer care, cardiac services, imaging, surgical services, rehabilitation therapy, laboratory and home health at locations throughout the Olympic Peninsula region. For more information call 417-7000 or visit us at www.olympicmedical.org.