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Not only is nursing my career, but it's my passion. With almost 10 years of care giving experience, helping my clients back to good health and making a difference in their live is motivation for me to continue on this path. I am currently an LPN in school to become an RN with ambitions of one day soon opening a healthcare facility. I have home health experience as well as hospice experience. The last three years I have worked in a nursing home and I absolutely love seeing the smiles on the residents' face each morning/evening I arrive and leave. I assisted in taking care of my grandmother at home before she passed away and I am currently doing the same for my grandfather. With that being said, I find myself able to put myself in the position of my clients' family members and provide the support and comfort they may need as well.
I am a patient and compassionate LPN and caregiver. Originally, I was a caregiver for infants and toddlers from 6 weeks to 3 years of age for several years. I have an associate degree in early childhood education specializing in infant and toddler care. I became a LPN to sharpen my skills and knowledge and to better serve the elderly population. I enjoy being of service and helping others.
I HAVE BEEN A LPN FOR 24 YEARS. AT THIS TIME I AM GOING BACK TO SCHOOL FOR MY RN LICENSES. OUT OF 24 YEARS OF NURSE I HAVE A EXTREMELY CLEAN RECORD AND I LOVE WORKING WITH OTHERS. ALWAYS BEING HELPFUL TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY. I AM ABLE TO TAKE COMPLETE CARE OF MY CLIENT NO MATTER WHAT THE CONDITION MAY BE.
Born to older parents, exposed to illness, my parents didn't believe that this should be hidden from me. It would be better to be exposed in order to be prepared for life. Parents were German immigrants, and went through the second world war. One of the earliest experiences that I can remember is my dad relapsing from malaria. I applied cold compresses, and served him liquids, as the doctor told me to. My mom was ill, and cared for her until she died at age 46.I was 12. At 17, I was hired by Kimberly Quality Care as a home health aide. My client suffered a traumatic brain injury, and I learned so much from his family and the research I did on the subject. This led me to nursing school, and here it is, so many years later, and I am still learning more. Science and medicine are my passion, and that will never change. The advances made daily basis are not just amazing, but confounding. The scientific community is one I'm proud to be a part of. The best thing that I have ever done was in South Carolina, on the 3-11 shift. In order to save a life, I bypassed facility protocol, and I called rescue to send a patient to the hospital STAT. The staff was shocked, and told me that I would be fired. I was ready to lose my license, if that would just save that life. Long story short, the MD, who was also the medical director, treated this patient. He came in the following shift to let me know that the person survived, and if I had hesitated, that would not have been the case. I receiv
I became a LPN in the 80's I've worked in assisted living facilities, wound care nurse in nursing home,my most experience has been in home health care, administering med,following doctor's orders.preparing/setting up their daily meds,communicating with family member about patients care, basically forming a relationship with my patient.worked in a hospital setting in all areas providing nursing care for the patient.I have done a lot of nursing in most areas, hoping to continue providing care for those who may need my help.
ihave always enjojed caring for others,would always check on elderly in neighbor hood as a teenager. started as a cna in a nursing home , went to to school for lpn 1973, as worked geriatric and public health all my life. i am proud to care for others in there times of need when there family love is not enough