Welcome Natalie Trombley MSN, RN, CMSRN to the President of OMNL. Natalie is currently the Assistant Nurse Manager of the Acute Rehab Department and the Wound and Ostomy Department at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center. Natalie has her MSN in Execuitve Nurse Leadership and is certified as a medical surgical RN. Prior to working in Acute rehab Natalie was a clinical supervisor of Primary Care at EMMC where she helped introduce the Daisy Leadership Award to the Northern Light Health system. Additionally, Natalie has previously filled roles as Clinical Nurse Educator at Waldo County General Hospital and also worked with Purdue Global University as an adjunct professor. Natalie lives in Winterport with her husband and three children. She enjoys traveling, spending time with her family, and camping.
Notes of Interest & Support
OMNE becomes OMNL
The current and unprecedented pandemic has ushered in new challenges and placed incredible strain on the healthcare system. Nurses have truly emerged as leaders meeting these new challenges head on with innovation, determination, and grit to provide excellent patient care. A foundational belief of OMNE is that all nurses are leaders regardless of title and for this reason the executive committee has been hard at work to develop a brand that promotes core belief and value of OMNE. That is why OMNE brand and name has changed and will now be OMNL (Organization of Maine Nursing Leaders). It is OMNL’s mission to shape health care through innovation and expert nursing leadership our new brand name recognizes that this leadership occurs at all levels of nursing. Andrew Gagnon, Immediate Past President, OMNL
Maine Action Coalition
Creating innovative solutions where nurses lead the way to address Maine’s health challenges.
OMNE is at the legislative table, promoting nursing from patient to policy.