If you see Warren Hebert, CEO of the Home Care Association of Louisiana, tell him "Congratulations."Warren was selected to be part of a very small group of nursing executives to become a RWJ Executive Nurse Fellow.
The Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellows Program is an advanced leadership program for nurses in senior executive roles who are aspiring to lead and shape the US health care system of the future. Their mission is to inspire experienced nurses in executive roles to continue the journey toward achieving the highest levels of leadership in the health care system of the 21st century.
The program seeks applications from outstanding nurses in executive roles from health services (including patient care service, integrated delivery systems, health plans, and other health organizations engaged in organizing and delivering health care), public/community health, and nursing education who, along with their employing institutions, are willing to make a three-year commitment to the program. The fellowships are intended to offer participating nurses the experiences, insights, competencies and skills necessary to achieve, or advance in executive leadership positions in a health care system undergoing unprecedented change.
The RWJ Executive Nurse Fellows Program is a national program supported by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with direction and technical assistance provided by the Center for the Health Professions, University of California, San Francisco.