Marquis joins Quarry Hill as nursing care manager
CAMDEN — Quarry Hill has appointed Kimberly Marquis, RN, of Monroe to the position of unit manager of the Gardens, the community’s short- and long-term nursing care center.
In her new position, Marquis will ensure the smooth functioning of the 39-bed care center, including admissions and discharges, individual case management, and coordination with physicians, nurses, onsite rehabilitation therapists and other members of the care team.
Before joining Quarry Hill, Marquis was unit manager for skilled nursing care at the Knox Center for Long Term Care in Rockland. She has served in several roles, including skilled unit manager, clinical reimbursement coordinator, assistant director of nursing and nurse educator at Harbor Hill in Belfast from 2006 to 2011. In addition, she has worked as an instructor in the Certified Nursing Assistant program at Waldo County Technical Center and as a public health nurse.
“We’re delighted to have with us a nurse manager of Kim’s caliber,” said Quarry Hill Director of Nursing Nancy Marcille, RN, BSHA. “She possesses a rare combination of nursing skill and management expertise that will be critical as we address emerging challenges in short- and long-term care.”
Marquis holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Husson College. She served as a volunteer firefighter and training officer for the Monroe Fire Department from 2000 to 2010 and as a volunteer emergency medical technician for the Arthur Jewell Community Center Ambulance Service from 2003 to 2010.
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