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We have been committed since 2017 to delivering evidenced-based services to healthcare organizations throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Program development, NAB approved continuing education units (CEU’s), interim healthcare leadership roles and other consulting services are provided to post-acute care facilities
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Register for an individual conference or a bundle package.
All live webinars have been approved by NAB for "In-Person" credits for
Long-term Care Nursing Home Administrators.
Receive assistance with program development, instructor training and the Virginia Department of Health application process.
Receive assistance with the NURSE AIDE EDUCATION PROGRAM Application
Receive assistance with the application requirements for INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL
Receive assistance with the application requirements for CURRICULUM
Receive assistance with the application requirements for Program Calendar
The course satisfies Virginia Regulation
18VAC 90 26 30(D&E) for Nurse Aide Education Programs
Leadership HQ is committed to offering evidenced based services to organizations, leaders and staff.
Leadership HQ intentionally strive to enhance quality through a person-centered care approach
Leadership HQ believes that knowledge, preparation, and leadership engagement is essential to providing person-centered care.
The Leadership HQ family consist of healthcare professionals with 25 plus years of experience in their individual specialty. With extensive knowledge in medicine, pharmacy, behavior management, nursing and administration, these strong strategic thinkers and problem solvers are well diverse in the federal, state, and local regulatory guidelines for non-profit, private and government sectors.
Dr. LaTonya D. Hughes is an innovative health care leader with experience inspecting health care organizations across the United States. She holds a PhD in Health Services Leadership and a Master of Science degree in Nursing Administration.
A registered nurse for over 31 years, Hughes has held positions as Accreditation Surveyor, Administrator, Director of Nursing, Staff Development and Quality Management Instructor, Risk Manager, and Chief Nurse.
A Licensed Nursing Home Administrator for 22 years, Hughes has also served as an adjunct faculty instructor for several nursing schools to include historical universities. Hughes is known for research in person-centered care and wound care (archived within the Library of Congress in Washington, DC).