Sirmans retires from SICU at Hamilton

Friday, January 25, 2013

 Jody Dennard, RN, clinical nurse specialist (left), speaks during a retirement reception for Leticia Sirmans, critical care registered nurse (right), at Hamilton Medical Center. 
Jody Dennard, RN, clinical nurse specialist (left), speaks during a retirement reception for Leticia Sirmans, critical care registered nurse (right), at Hamilton Medical Center.

DALTON, Ga.– After 27 years working in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) at Hamilton Medical Center (HMC), Leticia Sirmans, critical care registered nurse, recently retired. A reception was held at HMC in her honor.

Sirmans joined HMC in 1985 as a staff nurse in the SICU, and eventually became a team leader for her shift. She received her critical care registered nurse certification in 1991.  

During her time at HMC, Sirmans has served as a CPR instructor, glucose monitoring preceptor, Skin Care Team member, Bariatric Team member, and occasionally filled in as house supervisor.

In retirement, her plans include traveling to Europe, RV traveling, becoming more fluent in Spanish, learning to play the piano, and continue to work part time at HMC.