Message from Rogers’ chief nursing officer

Posted on 03/19/18 05:36:pm

Angie CrawfordThank you for exploring nursing opportunities with Rogers Behavioral Health.  At Rogers, our nurses strive to achieve the highest possible standard of care for our patients and their families. Emboldened by this commitment, we are proud to be an integral part of care delivery excellence that’s been more than 110 years in the making. Our nursing model has been honed and refined by the rich traditions and legacy that have made Rogers one of the premier mental health and addiction treatment providers in the nation.  

With a wealth of expertise  and an environment where innovation is supported and encouraged, Rogers nurses are offered a depth and breadth of experiences and opportunities they simply cannot gain anywhere else.  For example, by becoming one of the first systems to develop an electronic health record customized to the needs of behavioral health, our nurses help develop and design charting and care systems that leverage data and predicative design to improve care coordination and outcomes. Nurses have the chance to truly lead the behavioral health industry in using decision support to drive individualized treatment plans and automate documentation.

In addition, Rogers’ nurses have access to training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) that are used as part of clinically effective, evidence-based treatment with proven outcomes. With a commitment to continually evolve and improve our standards of care, we strive for clinical excellence in every aspect of our role as nurses.  At Rogers, our patients are our first priority as we create a caring and healing environment that will transform their lives and those of their families. We understand the impact we can have on our patients and their families at a critical time in their lives, and we take that responsibility seriously.  

Please explore our site to learn more about nursing at Rogers, from our inpatient hospitals and residential programs to partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs across the country. It takes a special kind of person to be a Rogers nurse. We hope our mission is one that you’d like to be a part of.  We’d love to have you join us.

 

Angie Crawford, BSN, MBA
Chief Nursing Officer 
Rogers Behavioral Health

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