HARRISBURG, Pa., June 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- KEPRO announced today that Case Manager and Clinical Assessor Hilary Moles, BSN, RN, of KEPRO's West Virginia's Administrative Service Organization was recognized by the Future of Nursing West Virginia Action Coalition with the 40 Under 40 Nursing Leadership Award.
"We're incredibly proud of Hilary's accomplishments and her much deserved recognition," said KEPRO President and CEO Joseph A. Dougher. "Hilary is part of an exemplary team in West Virginia and her hard work and dedication is an example of what all of us strive for on a daily basis at KEPRO."
The Future of Nursing West Virginia's 40 Under 40 Award recognizes local nurse leaders in the community for their leadership contribution in community affairs and professional organizations. The award also recognizes individuals who positively promote and advance nursing in the community through volunteerism, outreach efforts or legislative and policy development.
Hilary Moles' passion and commitment to excellence were just two of the reasons she was awarded the 40 Under 40 award. Hilary is dedicated to health care reform through education, mentoring, volunteering and partnerships with physicians and other health care providers in West Virginia. Hilary will be the Future of Nursing WV Action Coalition health ambassador working to educate children in her community on the importance of health and wellness.
"I am honored to be recognized by the Future of Nursing West Virginia," stated Hilary Moles. "I believe that collaboration and education are the cornerstones to achieving health literacy and wellness within our communities. I am committed to leveraging my experience and expertise to advocate for these as a foundation of our community's overall health."
To learn more about the services and solutions KEPRO offers, visit www.kepro.com.
Media Contact: Jamie Kopko, Director of Corporate Communications, JKopko@Kepro.com, 717.564.8288 x7076
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