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Hospital bids farewell to Jane Aube
Jane Aube, RN, MSN, who has been director of nursing at Rumford Hospital since 1987, will retire at the end of January.
RUMFORD -- Jane Aube, RN, MSN, who has been director of nursing at Rumford Hospital since 1987, will retire at the end of January.
In her position, she has overseen all nursing functions at the hospital as well as case management and risk management. She was instrumental in organizing Rumford Hospital's Specialty Clinics and the Swing Bed program.
"The entire organization is better for the commitment, dedication and professionalism Jane brought to Rumford Hospital," notes R. David Frum, the hospital president. "She will leave a lasting legacy on all of us."
Aube earned her nursing diploma at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital School of Nursing, her BA in psychology at Emmanuel College in Boston, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Southeastern Massachusetts University and her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern Maine. She has been a long time member of the Organization of Maine Nurse Executives.
Before coming to Rumford Hospital she worked for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a placement specialist in the Department of Public Welfare. She had also worked as a nursing supervisor in community health and at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston as a nurse manager and a staff nurse.
Recently, Aube led the Rumford Hospital nursing team to obtain the Pathway to Excellence nursing accreditation. The hospital has also been recognized with a top hospital Leapfrog award, due in large part to Aube's work with staff.
Aube lives in Monmouth with her husband Michael. The couple enjoys skiing and being out on the lake and will find more time for those pursuits now that both are retired.