Julia Thompson, RN, is the Emergency Preparedness/Safety Coordinator and Trauma Program Coordinator for Norton County Hospital. As the Emergency Preparedness/Safety Coordinator, she works to prepare the facility for disaster response and crisis management should a natural disaster or emergency situation occur. She also provides hospital-wide safety education.
As the Trauma Program Coordinator, Julia strives to maintain the hospital’s designation as a Level IV Trauma Center. She provides hospital-wide trauma education and educates the community on injury prevention. Julia is also a Stop the Bleed Instructor.
A native of Michigan, she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Grand Valley State University with a minor in Clinical Psychology. Julia has been employed at Norton County Hospital since 2012. In addition to the above duties, she still works as a staff nurse on the Medical-Surgical floor, ER, Labor & Delivery/Nursery, and OR/Recovery Room. Her certifications include CPR Instructor, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, NRP and STABLE.
Julia lives in rural Norton County with her husband and three children. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family. She also enjoys working on the farm and helping her husband promote no-till and cover crop farming practices.
To contact Julia, call 785-877-3351, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.