Scott E. Stover
Director, Emergency Services
Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, Sugar Land, Texas
CEN; ACLS, ENPC Provider, Texas Licensed Paramedic
MSN, 1996 – University of Texas Health Science Center, School of Nursing, Houston, Texas
MBA, 2003 – University of Houston Clear Lake, School of Business, Houston, Texas
BSN, 1991 – Marshall University, School of Nursing, Huntington, West Virginia
Certificate of Public Health, 2008–University of Texas School of Public Health, Houston, Texas
2011-2012 Member, Nominations Committee
2009-2012 General Assembly Delegate
2006-2007 ED Technology Special Interest Group Facilitator
2012-2013 Director, Texas State Council
2011-2014 Chairperson, Resolutions Committee, Texas State Council
2010 Chairperson-Elect, Resolutions Committee, Texas State Council
2009-2012 Member, Delegate Selection Committee, Texas State Council
2009-2012 Member, Emergency Preparedness Committee, Texas State Council
2012 Immediate Past President, Texas 10-59 Chapter
2011 President, Texas 10-59 Chapter
2010 Immediate Past President, Texas 10-59 Chapter
2009 President, Texas 10-59 Chapter
1992-Current Member, Sigma Theta Tau
2010-Current Member, Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care
|Position Statement |
What leadership attribute is essential to enhance the image and effectiveness of ENA?
Creativity. As the face of healthcare changes over these next several years, our profession and our specialty will have to change with it. ENA should help its members to find new creative ways to do more with less. We need to continue to provide high quality emergency nursing care and outstanding service while dealing with ever increasing demands from the government, the insurance industry and the public, all while facing decreased profit margins.
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|Statement to Membership |
ENA has always been a very strong influence in my professional life. I joined ENA even before I became an Emergency Nurse because I recognized the important role professional organizations take in education, policy, and validation. As members, we rely on our ENA leadership to move our organization in the right direction, and to be participants and leaders in our national healthcare debate. As a member of the Nominations Committee, it is my goal to seek out the true leaders in our organization and encourage them to run for national office.
During my time on the Nominations Committee, we have revised policies, procedures, and ByLaws which have improved the nominations and election process. Although we still have a long way to go, we did see an increase in voting during 2012. The Nominations Committee works for members of ENA. I would be honored to serve another two years on the Nominations Committee representing Region 2.
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