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Welcome to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). The ELCA is a church of more than 4 million members who actively participate in God s work in the world. We believe that we are freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor.

With our hands, we do God s work of restoring and reconciling communities in Jesus Christ s name throughout the world. We are a church that belongs to Christ. There is a place for you here. We live in many different communities, span all ages, cultures and races and bring to this church unique life experiences and perspectives. Seek answers to your questions and discover what God is calling you to in life.

A congregation is a diverse community of believers who gather for worship, exploring God s word together, mutual care and support, and equipping one another to live and serve in the world.

More than 4 million members of the ELCA gather in nearly 10,000 congregations across the 50 states, Caribbean and U.S. Virgin Islands. Chances are there is a congregation near you. Find a congregation today and connect with other people who are committed to participating in what God is up to in the world.

We believe that we all have a calling a vocation to follow Christ s example of serving and loving our neighbor, pursuing justice and peace in the world. The ways in which lay leaders serve this church, their

communities and the world are as diverse as the strengths, life experiences, interests and skills each person brings with them as part of their unique story. Learn more about yourself, how and where God may be calling you as a leader and what opportunities there are for further preparing yourself.

Rostered leaders are called, equipped and theologically trained to serve in the ELCA on a roster (or list) to do God s work in the world. There are a variety of rostered leaders, including ordained pastors and different types of lay rostered leaders.

Rostered leaders work in congregations, special ministries, social service agencies, youth and family ministries, schools and colleges, parish nursing, and wherever God is at work and calling leaders to serve. Do you have a sense that God is calling you to serve? Learn more about the process and opportunities for ministry.





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LHCR Earns Excellence in Service Award from Leading Age Ohio!

In recognition of the Mercy Occupational Health Clinic that opened on our campus last year, Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve is this year’s recipient of Leading Age Ohio’s Excellence in Service Award. This award recognizes our willingness to pursue an enhanced quality of life for our employees and a great leadership initiative for our campus. Staff recently received the award at the Leading Age Ohio Annual Conference and Trade show in Columbus.

After nearly four years of planning, the Occupational Health Clinic opened in the newly renovated area of our campus that was the former resident neighborhood called Sunshine Lane. Charlie Rinne, CEO sought a low-cost means to provide basic healthcare services to a large population of our staff. In addition, it provides new hire physicals, toxicity screenings and the treatment of minor work injuries for our employees and employees from other businesses in the surrounding area. Leasing the space to the Mercy Health System generates additional revenue for our campus and increases our visibility in the community.

Within steps of their workplace, our employees can receive medical care quickly. Our residents are also beneficiaries of this goodwill because staff will spend less sick time away from the workplace. We are pleased that Leading Age Ohio recognized our campus for this special award. Please view our 90-scond video highlighting the features of this clinic.

** LeadingAge Ohio is a nonprofit organization that represents approximately 500 long-term care organizations and hospices, as well as those providing ancillary health care and housing services, in more than 150 Ohio towns and cities. The continuum of care reflected by the member organizations serve an estimated 400,000 elderly Ohioans annually and employ more than 35,000 persons statewide.

Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve is an independent not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing excellence in health care, rehabilitation and senior living services, including Assisted Living. Concord Reserve is open to individuals of all faiths. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Private Pay and several private insurances.

Take a virtual tour of our beautiful campus. See how we are involved in the community and put our mission into action. Learn more about spiritual life at Concord Reserve, and find the care options that are right for you or your loved one. Finally, schedule a tour and experience all that we have to offer in person. We look forward to seeing you!





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HRSA ANEW Award

Drs. Teri Woo and Kathleen Richardson were successful in securing a $1.4 million HRSA ANEW grant for the School of Nursing, in support of the Nurse Practitioner students, out Health Assessment Lab, and other operational needs of the school. Congratulations to you and thank you for your hard work!

Congratulations Dr. Woo!

Dr. Woo has been named recipient of a 2017 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Charles C. Shepard Science Award, for her co-authorship of Prevalence of Inappropriate Antibiotic Prescriptions Among US Ambulatory Care Visits, 2010-2011, JAMA 2016;315 (17): 1864-73 .

Celebrating Our First Graduating DNP’s!

Graduates listed from left to right with their final projects:

Jessica Wheeler, RN, MSN, PMHCNS-BC* Pilot Study of a Mental Health Nurse Consultant on acute Medical Units. +

Alexandria Hamann, BS, MSN, RN The Impact of a Comprehensive Transgender Health Care Reference Tool on Provider Knowledge, Attitudes, and Perceived Utility: Results of a Pilot Program. +

Katie Bates, RN, MSN* Feasibility Study of a Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Residency Program: Benefits, Significance, Environmental Scan, Program Guidelines, and Recommendations for Implementation.

Matthew Kilgore, RN, MSN An Acuity Tool for Heart Failure Case Management: Quantifying Workload, Service Utilization, and Disease Severity. +

Molly Martin, MSN, ARNP, NP-C* Development of a Comprehensive Toolkit for Performing Enhanced Medicare Wellness Visits. +

Biwei Dong, RN, MSN, CMSRN Transition Care for Stroke Survivors from Hospital to Home: Translation of the National Stroke Association Stroke Recovery Navigator Program. +

Interested in Teaching with Us?

Part-Time or Full-Time Contingent Faculty Positions for 2017-18:
-Nursing Competencies I II, Didactic, Lab, and/or Clinical (M/W or T/Th, Fall Spring)
-Adult Health I, Clinical rotations (Th/F)
-Childbearing (OB), Clinical rotations (M/T, J-term Spring)
-Child-rearing (Peds), Clinical rotations (MTW J-term, M/T Spring)
-Senior Capstone, Clinical supervision (Flexible scheduling, Fall Spring)
-Graduate Chronic Illness/Disease Mgmt, Clinical supervision (Flexible scheduling, J-term)
-Graduate COM II, Clinical Supervision (Flexible scheduling, Spring)
-Graduate PMHNP child/adolescent gero-psych, Classroom content, various courses (F, Fall Spring)

Commitment, Caring and Leadership

Thanks for visiting the PLU School of Nursing!

From this website, prospective students can learn about the mission, history and programs offered, as well as download application materials. Health professionals looking to stay abreast of current issues or return to practice can read about courses offered through Continuing Nursing Education. Our current students can keep informed of important dates and events and download required paperwork. Nursing alumni can learn about current events at the School of Nursing, keep in touch with their fellow graduates, and find ways to contribute to nursing education at PLU.


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Hospice is not a place, but a philosophy of compassionate, person-centered care. At Lutheran Hospice we help people with life-limiting illnesses or injuries and their families focus on quality of life and comfort when they no longer choose or can benefit from curative treatment.

At any time when a person faces a life-threatening condition, it is appropriate to discuss all options, including hospice. Although end-of-life care may be difficult to talk about, having discussions up front can help everyone make educated decisions and honor individual life choices.

Choosing hospice does not mean giving up —in fact, many hospice patients live longer than expected with comprehensive hospice support.

Hospice care is provided wherever a person calls home —a family residence, a nursing or assisted living center, or any other place of choice. Caregivers may include families, friends and professional staff. Lutheran Hospice extends support for all caregivers involved in a person’s life to help them cope with their unique concerns. Lutheran Hospice care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and many private insurance programs.

Comprehensive medical care is tailored to the patient’s physical needs and wishes allowing the patient to remain pain free and alert. Patients also receive the emotional and spiritual support needed to cope with the many fears of dying, such as the fear of being alone, losing control or being a burden to others.

Many believe hospice is only for people with cancer. Hospice is also available for people with pulmonary, kidney, neurological or heart disorders, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease and many other life-limiting conditions. Confronting a terminal illness can be an overwhelming experience not only for the patient, but also for their loved ones. Anyone can request or refer to Lutheran Hospice. Patients can request that their physicians and hospital workers refer to Lutheran Hospice.

Once a physician has determined that a person’s life prognosis is 6 months or less, and that hospice care is appropriate, Lutheran Hospice staff will set up a meeting to review services and sign the necessary consent forms for care to begin. Care usually begins within a day of referral and hospice support services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. Bereavement support services extend to families for an additional year.

Lutheran Hospice’s interdisciplinary care team puts a face on quality end-of-life care—the faces of nurses, doctors, social workers, spiritual caregivers, homecare aides and volunteers who provide services and support to families during one of life’s most challenging times. Our professional Lutheran Hospice care team works together with patients and caregivers to:

  • Develop a life-affirming care plan tailored to each person’s physical, emotional, and spiritual comfort and needs
  • Coordinate overall care with focus on managing pain and symptoms
  • Provide necessary equipment, supplies and medication related to the terminal condition
  • Assist and teach caregivers how to provide personal care
  • Provide support and counseling for emotional concerns, future planning and other issues
  • Coordinate or provide spiritual support of choice
  • Arrange volunteer services for support, Transportation, errands, and other needs
  • Provide short-term inpatient care when pain or symptoms become too difficult to manage or caregivers need respite
  • Offer grief support to family and friends

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Columbia Lutheran Home is where we celebrate life

Welcome to Columbia Lutheran Home, one of Seattle’s most admired skilled nursing facilities. Whether you seek short term Transitional Care or long term Elder Care, we invite you to learn more about Columbia and why we have achieved a 5 star rating.

Columbia has practiced compassionate care since 1920. Guided by a holistic approach, our mission is to “provide care for the whole person – body, mind and spirit.” Delivering the highest standards of care with dignity and respect are essential parts of our mission. And as a not-for-profit, we pride ourselves on making decisions based on our commitment to excellence rather than protecting a bottom line. We welcome everyone regardless of religion, orientation or ability to pay. We believe everyone deserves excellent care in a caring environment.

Columbia Lutheran Home has earned a 5 star rating, Medicare’s top rating possible.

We are acknowledged by professionals to be one of the finest facilities in the Seattle metro area. Read Medicare’s full report here and compare other facilities.





Columbia Lutheran Home #bloomsbury #hotel

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Columbia Lutheran Home is where we celebrate life

Welcome to Columbia Lutheran Home, one of Seattle’s most admired skilled nursing facilities. Whether you seek short term Transitional Care or long term Elder Care, we invite you to learn more about Columbia and why we have achieved a 5 star rating.

Columbia has practiced compassionate care since 1920. Guided by a holistic approach, our mission is to “provide care for the whole person – body, mind and spirit.” Delivering the highest standards of care with dignity and respect are essential parts of our mission. And as a not-for-profit, we pride ourselves on making decisions based on our commitment to excellence rather than protecting a bottom line. We welcome everyone regardless of religion, orientation or ability to pay. We believe everyone deserves excellent care in a caring environment.

Columbia Lutheran Home has earned a 5 star rating, Medicare’s top rating possible.

We are acknowledged by professionals to be one of the finest facilities in the Seattle metro area. Read Medicare’s full report here and compare other facilities.





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