Kimberly Mackey, RN, BSN, talking about our yearly skills fair. She goes on to explain how the skills fair allows us to brush up on our skills. Clinicians are refreshed on things like ventilators, G-Tubes, etc. Kimberly also mentions that this is done so we can provide the greatest possible quality care for our children.
Vivia Green, RN MSN / FNP / MD 👩⚕, talking about the reasons she works for American Home Health. She talks about the attitude, professionalism, and emphasizes the flexibility American Home Health offers. Because of this flexibility, she was able to go to school and become a nurse practitioner, and then a physician. Vivian plans […]
Debi Curtis, RN, talks about her experience as a nurse. She has been doing Home Health for the last thirteen years. She enjoys the flexibility that Home Health offers. Debi primarily works on the pediatric private duty/special needs children’s side of home health. She stays with the patient for a full shift. Debi has been […]
At the age of 19, a single mom and pregnant with my second child, I began my journey towards the medical field. It was a defining time in my life because I had graduated from high school and was seeking employment but was unsuccessful. When a family friend suggested, I enroll in the certified nurse […]
Hi, my name is Juanita Ramey. I’m over 70yrs old. I started my RN career in 1977 at Cook County Hospital. I worked in the Neurosurgery ICU. Many of those patients were homeless, or persons found on the streets, by the Chicago Police Department. It was an excellent “new grad” learning experience, that prepared me […]
By Wanda Patrick, LPN I’ve been a nurse for more than forty years, and I can honestly say that I’m blessed to have found the true calling on my life when I was still in elementary school. Not many children can say at that age that they really know what they are going to be […]