Welcoming Corrie Hall to our Acute and Regional Stroke team!
Jennifer Holliday, KHSC Stroke Specialist Case Manager will be moving to a management role on Kidd 4 as of Feb 20th. We are very grateful to Jen for her leadership and support on the stroke team over the past few years and wish her the very best in her new role.
I am delighted to welcome Corrie Hall as the successful candidate to replace Jen in the role of KHSC Stroke Specialist Case Manager with a start date of March 6th.
Corrie has 19 years of nursing experience at KHSC. She has worked within Neurosciences for over 12 years, most recently as Charge Nurse on Kidd 7. Corrie also worked as Stroke Resource Nurse on the KHSC Stroke Unit for 2 years and has added experience in the Medicine Program, as Ops Manager, and in the Critical Care Resource Pool. Corrie brings a great deal of neuro experience and knowledge to this role. We are so pleased that she will continue to share her expertise with the stroke team and the region!
Corrie completed her RN Diploma at St Lawrence College in 2003 and later obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Victoria in 2014. She also obtained a Critical Care Diploma from St. Lawrence College in 2005 and has completed several other additional courses including a recent Crucial Conversations Course. Corrie has obtained several Awards including the KGH Medicine Program Recognition in Nursing Award in 2022.
Corrie will join Anne Dubé in supporting excellence in stroke care delivery and stroke patient flow both within KHSC and across the region. We wish Corrie all the best as she prepares for the transition to the Stroke Specialist Case Manager role in March. Corrie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and will have the same phone extension as Jen had in this role (613-549-6666 ext 7135).