What? Why? When? & Where?
December 5, 2007
The Good Samaritan Hospital
4th & Walnut Streets, Lebanon, PA 17042
Noreen Berkheiser, Special Projects Technologists
The Good Samaritan Hospital
Adonica Wilson , Point-of-Care Coordinator
Alfred I DuPont Hospital for Children
There is a $10.00 fee for non-members
Discussions at the December 5th meeting:
Seating will be limited to 50, hurry and reserve your seat!
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For more information contact: Noreen Berkheiser at 717-228-2945 x203 or Adonica Wilson at 302-651-4324. If additional people in your organization are interested in attending, feel free to copy this form.
There is a $10.00 registration fee for all non-KEYPOCC members.
This meeting will be held at The Good Samaritan Hospital at 4th & Walnut Streets, Lebanon, PA 17042 Class Rooms 1 & 2.
Parking is very limited in the vicinity of the hospital so we will be parking at an off site Employee Parking “N” lot and shuttle service will be provided. Should you have any questions about the parking please contact Noreen Berkheiser at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-228-2945 x203. Should your find the hospital there will be directions to the lot with the valet parking attendant
Ruth Cantu, BSN, RN, Clinical Quality Initiatives Specialist – Dade Behring, Odenton, MD. Ruth Cantu has a nursing background in Cardio-Vascular/Cardio-Thoracic Operation Room and as an Organ and Tissue Transplant Coordinator and Educator. She has spent over 12 years as an educator with 7 of those years focused on Transplantation. Her last 4 years have been spent with Dade as a Clinical Quality Initiatives Specialist she has presented to groups as well as providing one-on-one instruction for clients implementing Cardiac Point of Care Testing within their facility. One of her primary responsibilities is providing education on the latest cardiac practice guidelines and regulatory requirements in acute care diagnostics with focus on Acute Coronary Syndromes.
Marcia L Zucker, Ph.D. Director of Clinical Support, Response Biomedical Support As The Director of Clinical Support she is responsible for the Technical Support, clinical evaluations and developing customer tool for Response products which include point of care (POC) cardiac markers, biodefense and environmental assay systems. Previously she was with ITC where she was responsible for all clinical trials of their POC hemostasis, blood gas and chemistry products as well as their line of inclusion products. She also worked in clinical research at the Mt Sinai Scholl of Medicine in New York investigating novel anti-viral therapies in the Division of Infectious Disease. She completed her bachelor’s degree at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Ph.D. at Princeton University and post-doctoral fellowship at Yale University. She is an active contributor to the scientific literature, lectures both nationally and internationally on point of care applications and maintains affiliations with several professional associations. Marcia is active in the AACC Critical Biochemists (VACB) and CLSI guidelines development working groups.
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