FITCHBURG: DJenny Pierre announces the Grand Opening of Banm Santee, an organization with a mission to provide health support and quality education to all individuals. Banm Santee, meaning, “give me health,” provides Certified Nursing Certification training in both English and Spanish and can support students speaking French and Haitian Creole.
Banm Santee was initially created in Haiti in 2010 under the ownership of DJenny Pierre and is now based at 483 B Electric Avenue in Fitchburg. The company’s founder is experienced as an LPN and medical technologist in addition to teaching CNA courses. DJenny is certified as a CNA and CPR Instructor.
Banm Santee focuses on education with a diverse network by respecting an individual’s cultural background and ensuring person-centered care. “Our graduates will be confident, competent, and compassionate nursing assistants and will be serving the healthcare community proudly. Our graduates will see patients as a whole,” said DJenny Pierre, Owner at Banm Santee. The business currently focuses on CNA courses, CPR classes, and Continuing Education classes for CNAs.
The Banm Santee Grand Opening on May 15th at 483 Electric Avenue will be a celebration that includes a ribbon-cutting at 1:00 p.m. by Fitchburg Mayor Stephen L. DiNatale and State Representative Michael P. Kushmerek. Refreshments and appetizers will be served.
Ray Belanger, Director of Small Business Assistance at NewVue Communities, worked with DJenny Pierre on her comprehensive business plan. “It is clear DJenny places great importance on the quality of health of others and impacts that quality with her commitment to the course offerings and student experience at Banm Santee, said Ray. ‘DJenny was a pleasure to work with.
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