Talks covered by this speaker
How a Tele-Infectious Disease Program Supports Hospitals During Crisis
Tracks covered by Chastity
About this Speaker
Chastity Orr serves as Clinical Manager at Great Plains Health. In this role, Mrs. Orr has oversight over stroke, trauma and telemedicine care. She is also the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program Clinical Manager. She is a Registered Nurse with 12 years’ experience. Mrs. Orr received her Masters of Science, Nursing- Leadership and Management, and her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Western Governors University.
Mrs. Orr was instrumental in helping Great Plains Health earn top awards from American Stroke Association for the past 4 years. In addition, she has received the March of Dimes Nurse of the year award for Clinical Excellence in 2017. Over the past 4 years, Mrs. Orr has worked on the implementation and program management of the telemedicine program at Great Plains Health. She coordinated the launch of a TeleStroke program – Great Plains Health’s first inpatient and emergent telehealth service line. Great Plains Health operates as a central hub for several specialties, including oncology, sleep medicine, behavioral health services and chemotherapy. Mrs. Orr assists with coordination of these services as well as coordinating care for specialties primarily managed at other hospitals in the network, including neurology, stroke, pulmonology, nephrology, infectious disease, head and neck oncology, pediatric cardiology, neurology multiple sclerosis, pediatric behavioral health services, endocrinology and genetic counseling. Recently, Chastity coordinate with all local North Platte specialties to establish telehealth home for area residents.