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CMH announces nursing leadership changes

Citizens Memorial Hospital and the Citizens Memorial Health Care Foundation announce additions/changes to its nursing leadership.

Maeghan Kidd, RN, joins CMH as the director of clinic nursing and quality. She received her nursing degree in 2010 and a master’s in organizational leadership in 2022. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in ethical leadership/bioethics. Kidd’s most recent experience includes five years in clinic operations for Mercy Women’s Services.

Memory Curry, RN, joins CMH as the clinic educator. She received her bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2005 and a master’s in nursing and business administration in 2018. Her most recent experience includes serving as a clinical instructor for Missouri Southern State University’s School of Nursing.

Kim Presley, RN, is the long-term care educator for the CMH Foundation long-term care facilities. She supports the onboarding and orientation of new employees and develops staff competencies for clinical staff. Presley previously was the director of clinic nursing and quality and has worked for CMH for 24 years.

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