AMMC Names Holmes Core Measure Coordinator
August 3, 2011
Arkansas Methodist Medical Center’s Amanda Holmes, RN, has recently been named the Core Measure Coordinator for the hospital. She will work closely with hospital staff and physicians to ensure quality care for all of AMMC’s patients.
Amanda began working at AMMC in 1996 in the Admissions Department. While working at the hospital, she continued her education, graduating first from Cotton Boll Technical College Licensed Practical Nurse Program. She then returned to the academic setting and received her Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degrees in 2003 and 2007, respectively, through Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
According to Assistant Chief Nursing Officer Lana Williams, RN, "Amanda is dedicated to Arkansas Methodist and looks forward to leading the medical center in Core Measures. Core Measures are recognized by government and professional agencies, in the care of patients admitted to the hospital due to congestive heart failure, a heart attack, pneumonia and surgical patients."
Amanda and her husband, Justin, have four children, Emilee, Rachel, Emma and Anna.