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As a healthcare manager, Gardner-Webb University alumnus Greg Shelton ’95, ’00 constantly looks for efficient ways to train hospital staff on new technologies. “Working in cardiology is exciting and challenging because of the rapidly-evolving technology,” Shelton explained. “It’s exciting for the options we can offer patients, but it’s challenging to recruit and retain staff and keep current staff comfortable in their ongoing training. It’s important to hire the best, but equally important to give them the tools needed to succeed.”
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Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb Alumnus Works to Improve Care for Patients with Heart Rhythm Disorders" (2017). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 689.