In this interactive workshop, representatives from Carle's Faith Community Health Department will walk you through how to set up Advanced Care Planning without needing to see an attorney.
Greg Scott is honored to serve as the RN Program Manager for Faith Community Health at Carle in Urbana, Illinois. Greg has been an actively licensed Paramedic for over 35 years and an actively licensed RN for over 27 years. He holds undergraduate degrees in Nursing and Business, a graduate degree in Public Safety Administration with a minor in Emergency Management. Greg also holds many specialty certifications in addition to being a Faith Community Nurse, Faith Community Nurse Program Educator/Coordinator, and Respecting Choices Advanced Care Planning Facilitator/Instructor.
Greg has a personal interest in helping individuals be empowered to manage their health conditions and helping provide navigation to the often complex healthcare system. He has a personal drive and passion to help others to be better educated and equipped to make informed decisions while knowing what questions to ask their healthcare providers.
Danna Williamson is currently a Faith Community Nurse in the Carle Faith Community Health Department. She has been an RN for 18 years and has served in various roles including Medical Surgical Nursing and Clinical Education. Danna also enjoys teaching nursing students for Parkland Community College. Danna has been a Faith Community Nurse for over 10 years in several parishes in her rural community. In her role she is able to share her knowledge with the Faith Community Network as she supports and encourages their health and wellness ministry work. In this role Danna also has the opportunity to educate and encourage Faith Community Nurses and members of the communities in advance care directives planning.
Main Library, Robeson Pavilion Room C
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