Business people for May 20, 2019

  • Scott Westover

  • Shelly Griswold

Published: 5/21/2019 11:05:48 AM

Mark Cross-Powers has joined MillRiver Wealth Management as senior vice president and senior wealth advisor at its North Main Street office in Concord. Cross-Powers’s financial management career spans more than 30 years. Prior to joining MillRiver, he held leadership roles at Peoples’ United Advisors.

Scott Westover was appointed market president of AmeriHealth Caritas New Hampshire. Westover has more than 15 years of experience working with New Hampshire health care organizations. Westover holds a bachelor’s degree from New England College and a master’s in business administration from Franklin Pierce College.

Shelly Griswold was promoted to assistant vice president, branch relationship manager II at Bar Harbor Bank & Trust. She joined the bank in 2006 as a teller and gradually assumed positions of increased responsibility over the years.

Michelle Poirier, an emergency nurse at Concord Hospital, was among the recipients of the 2019 Excellence in Nursing Awards presented by New Hampshire Magazine. Poirier graduated with an associate’s degree in nursing in 2011 and gravitated to the behavioral health field. She continued her education and became a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner in 2013 and received a bachelor’s degree in nursing in 2014. Poirier received national certification as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner-Adult/ Adolescent through the International Association of Forensic Nurses in 2018, the first nurse at Concord Hospital to ever achieve this national certification.

Lisa Brown, a cardiovascular nurse at Concord Hospital, was among the recipients of the 2019 Excellence in Nursing Awards presented by New Hampshire Magazine. For more than 20 years, Brown has worked as a bedside nurse on a progressive care unit. She cares for patients who have cardiac conditions, such as heart failure, rhythm problems, suffered a heart attack or undergone cardiothoracic surgery. Brown was the first in her unit to earn her Progressive Care Certified Nurse PCCN certification and the first to earn her RN4 status as a registered nurse. She’s now using her years of experience to complete the last step of Concord Hospital’s Advancement in Nursing program by creating two educational videos for patients with coronary artery disease.

Annie Roy, a maternal/child health nurse at Concord Hospital, was among the recipients of the 2019 Excellence in Nursing Awards presented by New Hampshire Magazine. Roy cares for mothers and newborns in Concord Hospital’s Special Care Level II Nursery. Roy’s leadership has been instrumental during the transition to a new, evidence-based, functional-assessment approach to care, which has enhanced the care of infants who were exposed to substances during pregnancy. She developed the volunteer orientation program, developed patient education materials, developed documentation screens for clinical teams and provides hands-on training for each clinician.




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