Nadine E. Sportsman

Title: Prior Nurse, Utilization Review Specialist

Company: Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER)

Location: Wykoff, MN

WYKOFF, MN, January 26, 2017, Nadine E. Sportsman, Prior Nurse, Utilization Review Specialist of the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research (MFMER), has been recognized by Elite American Nurses, for dedication, achievement and leadership in health care.

Ms. Sportsman has 21 years of professional experience, with 17 years as prior nurse and utilization review specialist of MFMER. Throughout her career, she has set herself apart as an expert in psychiatric nursing and genetics. On a daily basis, she is responsible for assisting patients, administering medication and ensuring environmental safety for patients and visitors. She also coordinates with support groups to ensure that top quality care is given to each patient.

Ms. Sportsman received a scholarship to attend an educational conference in San Francisco, Calif., and she will be published in a national nursing journal about how nurses use their knowledge of genetics in their practices. Looking back, Ms. Sportsman attributes her success to her passion for nursing. She became involved in her position after gaining experience as a nursing assistant and emergency medical technician.

Ms. Sportsman received a Bachelor of Arts in nursing from Luther College in 1994 and a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Luther College in 1974. She maintains affiliation with the International Society of Nurses in Genetics, and she is a two-time recipient of an Award for Excellence in Nursing from MFMER. In years to come, Ms. Sportsman intends to pursue a master’s degree.

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