Tami Haley Selected to the ANAI by the Minnesota Organization of Registered Nurses

By CorrineMcCallum | October 20, 2022

Tami Haley

SHOREVIEW, MN (October 20, 2022) — Tami Haley, Vice President of Clinical Excellence & Care Transformation at Ecumen has been selected to be a fellow of the American Nurses Advocacy Institute (ANAI) beginning in October 2022. This ANAI is an annual program that is designed to help nurses gain political competence, and to advocate for nurses and those they serve. Haley is one of 24 who were selected to participate in the Institute this year.

Haley has an extensive background in the nursing profession and more than 15 years of experience in senior care. Haley is a public health nurse and member of the Minnesota Organization of Registered Nurses (MNORN) and the American Nurses Association. She is particularly interested in how we can work together to find solutions for our workforce challenges and adequately prepare the next generation of skilled professionals.

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About Ecumen

Ecumen is a nonprofit provider, developer and operator of award-winning living spaces and innovative technology and services for older adults. Mission-driven since its founding in 1862, Ecumen’s legacy of service is a reflection of a commitment to honoring those it serves. Ecumen is based in Shoreview, Minn., and operates properties and services in multiple states, and provides new development, management and consulting services. Housing options include cooperative living, independent living, assisted living, memory care, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care communities. Its diverse in-home and community-based services include home care, hospice, physical and occupational therapy, adult day services, technology products and an online durable goods medical store. For more information, visit ecumen.org.