Crowley works to strengthen patient care at Rocky Boy Health Center

 

Last updated 5/25/2021 at 11:39am

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Katie Kelly, assistant campus director on the MSU College of Nursing's Great Falls campus, from left, Jacy Crowley, graduate of the MSU College of Nursing and Anne Brown, faculty member, MSU College of Nursing's Great Falls campus, pose for a photograph. Crowley serves as director of nursing at Rocky Boy Health Center.

By Anne Cantrell

MSU News Service

BOZEMAN - A recent graduate of the Montana State University College of Nursing has been using her education to strengthen patient care and nursing protocols at a health clinic on Rocky Boy's Indian Reservation in north-central Montana.

Jacy Crowley, who graduated May 1 from MSU's Associate Registered Nurse to Master of Science in Nursing Program - also known as the ADRN-to-MSN program - serves as director of nursing at Rocky Boy Health Center. In that role, Crowley works to ensure the delivery of quality patient care. She started in the position in th...



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