The American Health Council is proud to recognize Winston Renfrow, CRNA, MSN, BSN as an affiliate of its Nursing Board. Renfrow serves as Chief CRNA at Great Plains Health – North Platte in Nebraska, ensuring the organization’s Anesthesiology Department provides the highest quality services. He prides himself on maintaining a fair and positive work environment to guarantee staff members can practice as independent providers.
Renfrow attended St. Joseph Hospital School of Anesthesia for Nurses in Rhode Island for his BSN, MSN, and CRNA, completing his education in 2005 and setting out to establish a career that would allow him to help others. He’s spent the last 2 years of his 12-year career in health care as Chief CRNA at Great Plains Health, overseeing both patient care and administrative tasks to establish a health care environment focused on providing a seamless, effective care experience for all patients.
With just 2 years of experience at the outset of a career poised for future success, Renfrow hopes to spend the next 5 years continuing to make a positive impact on his CRNA staff. He believes in Great Plains Health’s mission of viewing excellence not as a destination, but as an ongoing journey to pursue daily professional growth.
In his free time, Renfrow enjoys running full distance arm man races in his free time.
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- Great Plains Health in North Platte, Nebraska, is a nonprofit, fully accredited, 116-bed regional referral center serving west Nebraska, northern Kansas and northern Colorado. Its total primary and secondary service areas span 34 counties, 136,000 lives and approximately 67,832 square miles, about the size of the state of Pennsylvania.
With nearly 100 physicians representing 30 medical specialties, the Great Plains Health system offers advanced medical services, including heart and vascular, cancer, orthopedic services, women’s services, and a level III trauma center. The system employs approximately 1,100 employees and has more than 200 volunteers. The range of patient populations served includes neonatal, pediatric, adult, obstetric and geriatric.