Anne Soucie, RN, Represents New Brunswick with Entry into Renowned Publication Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare

The International Nurses Association, INA, has carefully selected Anne Soucie, RN, to represent her nursing community in their publication, Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Anne’s selection is a significant representation of her passion and dedication to her call in the field of nursing.  With 20 years in practice, she is considered to be among the best in her line of work.

Until her recent retirement, Anne served as a nurse administrator and assistant director at Edmonton Regional Hospital in New Brunswick, Canada. Her illustrious nursing career saw her scaling the hospital leadership ranks to the position of president of risk and patient security – a remarkable achievement she credits to her enduring family values and a strong believe in provision of exceptional healthcare services. Anne continues to serve the community in her capacity as a case manager for accident victims and an active member of the Provincial Health Board. She also spares part of her time to volunteer in various community programs.

Anne received her nursing degree from the University of New Brunswick. She is a Registered Nurse and has written several published articles on Reforms in Medical Healthcare.

To find out more about Anne, be sure to look out for her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.



About The Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare

Selected for their experience, forward thinking, and highest quality of care, The Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare, are the most distinguished and desired medical professionals from every specialty.

The Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare was founded on the idea that personal achievement is deserving of recognition and reward. Through a variety of benefits offered, WLH honors our selected physicians through massive multi media exposure in an effort to place consumers in the hands of the right doctor.

The Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare is a subsidiary of the International Association of Health Care Professionals which is made up of over 100 different medical societies.






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