Nurse Janel Webb Awarded Full Ride MSN Scholarship
April 2018 Janel Webb, Night Supervisor and Clinical Educator at Delta Health (Delta Health) was awarded a full-tuition scholarship for an online Master’s degree in Nursing program through American Sentinel University’s Colorado Health Care Star Award program, announced American Sentinel University and Colorado Hospital Association (CHA), during an April CHA annual awards dinner recently.
Webb, a night supervisor and clinical educator at Delta Health in Delta, Colorado, was recognized as a Colorado Health Care Star in August 2017. She was nominated by the chief clinical officer at the hospital for her efforts in developing a comprehensive clinical education program in addition to her duties as ICU manager. She is also the lead instructor for Delta Health’s Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Basic Life Support classes.
“Janel is one of many excellent nurses that serve the Delta County community. Not only is Janel an outstanding health care provider, she is passionate about her work. Janel standouts because she always goes above and beyond in everything she does. She is quick to see a need and fills it. We are honored to have Janel Webb as part of our team at Delta Health,” commented Chief Nursing Officer Jody Roeber, RN, MSN.
The Colorado Health Care Star Award program runs April-March, acknowledging one Colorado nursing or other healthcare professional each month for their exceptional performance and delivery of healthcare. At the end-of-year banquet in April, the university, CHA and all 12 recipients of the award are recognized, and one name is drawn to receive a scholarship to be used toward any degree program offered by American Sentinel.
Webb plans to enroll in American Sentinel’s MSN Nurse Practitioner program, which the university launched in March 2018. “This is an opportunity that I am overwhelmed and surprised by,” says Webb, who holds a BSN from Pensacola Christian College. “I am thrilled to be able to further my healthcare career. One of the things I love the most about nursing is you can advance your education in many different specialties and avenues. I am so excited to start this next part of my career and education and to be able to bring the knowledge I gain back to my hospital and community.”
Elaine Foster, American Sentinel’s dean of nursing and healthcare programs, keynoted the event, speaking about the value of education and nurses progressing as healthcare leaders.
“When American Sentinel and CHA founded Colorado Health Care Stars, our goal was to honor some of the healthcare professionals in our great state who are committed to excellence in care and exemplify true leadership,” says Dr. Foster. “Janel is very deserving of the award and the scholarship. She is compassionate and devoted to making Delta Health a quality provider of care to the community that it serves and has gone above and beyond to educate staff there. We congratulate her and look forward to welcoming her into the MSN program.”