NorthEast Ohio PeriAnesthesia Nurses Association -NEOPANA Welcomes members and guests to our site
NEOPANA Officers 2017-2018:
President: Lisa Moyer
Vice Pres: Sarah Sanor
Secretary: Kathy Bertch
Treasurer: Geneie Chafee
Im Past Pres: Deb Wolff
Board Member: Teri Siroko, Tammy Menke,
Susan Lohmeyer, Sally Swartzlander,
Beth Cooper, Lindsey Grace
Bylaws: Claudia Williams
Fundrasing: Lindsey Grace
District Rep: Deb Wolff :
NEOPANA 2017-2018 Meeting Schedule:
9/12/17 7:15 PM Mercy Medical Center(Canton) 1/9/18 7:15 PM Winter Board Meeting
**October Meeting Site Changed 2/13/18 7:15 PM Akron General Medical Center
10.10/17 7:15 PM Crystal Clinic(Montrose) 3/ /18 5:00 PM Akron Canton Food Bank 5-7PM
11/14/17 7:15 PM Mercy Medical Center 4/10/18 7:15 PM Akron Children's Hospital
5/8/18 7:15 PM Dinner Meeting.
1.0 CE will be offered at our monthly meetings. Students are welcome. For more information please contact Sally Swartzlander at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Statement: The Northeast Ohio PeriAnesthesia Nurses Association’s Mission is to promote the profession of Perianesthesia Nursing and to enhance the quality of life for our members and the patients they serve."
Our 31st Annual Reverse Raffle will be held on Monday October 23, 2017 at Guy's Party Center in Akron.
30th Annual Reverse Raffle – Monday, October 24, 2016 at Guy’s Party Center in Akron. All 90 tickets were sold and 2 raffle side boards. This was our main fundraiser and a celebration of one member. Teri Siroki presented the 2016 OPANA Outstanding Achievement Award to Fran Wilson and NEOPANA Member of the Year.
On November 8th, at our last NEOPANA meeting of 2016, Dr. Katherine Foley presented “Popliteal Artery Occlusion- Case Study.” This year, at October and November meetings, our NEOPANA members donated new and gently used duffle bags, totes, purses, and full/trial size toiletries to One Eighty (Every Woman’s House). It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the treatment of survivors of interpersonal violence and the prevention of such violence in our community (Wooster). The shelter constantly needs new and gently used items for clients in the shelter, as well as those who are ready to venture out on their own.