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CRRN Spotlight: Amy Martin-Madeley, MAEd BSN RN CRRN


We love to celebrate all the hard work Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN®) certificants put into their patient care and how they show their knowledge and passion by earning the CRRN. This month, we are recognizing Amy Martin-Madeley, MAEd BSN RN CRRN, and her commitment to rehabilitation nursing.

A nurse and education coordinator for her unit at Metrohealth Medical Center in Cleveland, OH, Martin-Madeley says achieving the CRRN was a tangible way to show her knowledge in her chosen specialty area of rehabilitation. "I love the patients that I work with on the traumatic brain injury unit in our acute inpatient rehab. These patients have a lot of specialized needs. I want to be able to give my best in caring for them. The knowledge base that I developed in earning the CRRN is invaluable to my work," Martin-Madeley said.

Martin-Madeley says earning the CRRN gives her the opportunity in her current role to "be a resource for other staff on the certification process and the benefits that come with achieving it."

In addition, Martin-Madeley is currently attending Cleveland State University to earn her MSN degree and will graduate this spring.

A big congrats and thank you to Amy Martin-Madeley for all of her hard work.

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The CRRN exam is offered twice a year—in June and December—and offers rehab nurses the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and commitment to the field through specialty certification. Learn more about the certification and whether you qualify.

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