A local nurse was recently honored with the Michigan Public Health Nurse Administrator Forum’s Leadership award. Registered nurse (RN) Liz King was nominated by her co-workers for being passionate, principled, and action-oriented. She was described as a tireless public health nursing advocate, visionary, and leader. Liz is the Nursing and Community Health Director at the St. Clair County Health Department, and has been the director there for the past five years. She has been with the department for a total of 16 years. King has an Associate of Nursing Degree from St. Clair County Community College and a Bachelor’s Degree from U of M Flint. Liz oversees 50 employees and 11 different programs, and said she was honored to receive the award.
Reporting for WGRT, Karly Hurley