Bauldrick named RMC Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year


Rossie Bauldrick, CNA has been named RMC’s Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year. From left: RMC Interim Vice President of Patient and Family Services and Chief Nursing Officer Mickey Whisenhunt, RN, BSN, MSN; RMC CNA of the Year Rossie Bauldrick; and RMC Director of Coronary Care and Intensive Care Units Scott Bates, MSW, BSN, RN. 

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Rossie Bauldrick was recently named the Regional Medical Center (RMC) Certified Nursing Assistant of the Year.

“Mrs. Bauldrick provides care to some of our sickest patients. We applaud her dedication and compassion,” said Mickey Whisenhunt, RN, BSN, MSN, interim vice president of patient and family services and chief nursing officer at RMC.

Bauldrick currently works on the Coronary Care Unit. She has been employed by RMC for five years. A native of Orangeburg, Bauldrick and her husband Thomas Bauldrick have two children, Zavian and Sharandrus, and three grandchildren. Bauldrick is a member of Exodus Baptist Church, where she serves as an usher and member of the Pastor Aide Committee. In her spare time, she enjoys interior decorating and planting flowers.

The CNA of the Year award was initiated by the Shared Governance Quality Council of RMC’s Nursing Department in appreciation of all certified nursing assistants at RMC. Criteria for the award includes: excellence in patient care, an enthusiastic and caring attitude, a healthy work ethic, a team player, a commitment to RMC and the community by demonstrating outstanding skills and compassion for patients, families and guests, and an active certified nursing assistant certificate or a certified nursing technician certificate.

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