SIOUX CITY – Hospice of Siouxland announced some changes to its management team.
Cheryl Harrington has been named the education team manager for Hospice of Siouxland. Harrington has 25 years of experience as a registered nurse with 19 years working with hospice, her most recent position as an education coordinator. Previous nursing positions were at Mercy Medical Center in Oncology, UnityPoint-St. Luke’s and Morningside College School of Nursing as an assistant professor of nursing and a clinical simulation specialist. She was recently named to the Professional Education Committee for the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.
Rene Grover has been named the compliance manager for Hospice of Siouxland. Grover has 23 years of experience as a registered nurse with seven years at Hospice of Siouxland. Her previous registered nurse positions were at the June E. Nylen Cancer Center and UnityPoint-St. Luke's Oncology.
Susan Morgensen has been named the quality manager at Hospice of Siouxland. Susan has 36 years of experience as a registered nurse with 12 years working with hospice services. Her previous position at Hospice of Siouxland was as a quality coordinator. Previous nursing positions include Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City, Covenant Hospital in Waterloo and Cedar Valley Hospice in Waterloo.
Londa Krull will be adding the responsibilities of continuous care team and clinical coordinators to her clinical team manager responsibilities. Krull has 33 years of experience as a registered nurse. Her previous nursing positions were with Mercy Medical Center-Sioux City in a variety of management and administrative roles in behavioral health. Krull also served in a variety of administrative roles, including executive director with the Boys and Girls Home of Iowa, Nebraska and Alaska.