Which nurses will you see on the cover of your next National Nurses Week
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National Nursers Week (NNW) is a major month of the year for nurses across the country and the US.
The nurse shortage is of major concern for nursing homes and the general public as well as those who are in the medical field.
In this week’s article, we take a look at some of the top nurses who are looking to move on and to see if they are still here in the workforce.
Lisa Smith, New York City, NY-based nurse and former nursing home worker 2.
Mary McElroy, Boston, MA-based RN who has worked in healthcare since 2013 3.
Melissa Leach, New Jersey-based nursing home nurse who currently works as a nursing home manager for St. Luke’s Healthcare Center in New Jersey 4.
Sarah E. Bouchard, Texas-based home health nurse with a degree in social work 5.
Rachel M. Tashkin, San Francisco-based certified nurse midwife 6.
Andrea Hahn, Boston-based midwife, RN and home health aide with over 18 years of nursing experience 7.
Rachel J. Bowers, Minnesota-based resident health services nurse who is also a registered nurse in Minnesota 8.
Stephanie Hensley, San Antonio, TX-based clinical nurse coordinator 9.
Michelle A. McDaniel, Atlanta, GA-based primary care nurse 10.
Sara Fuchs, Los Angeles, CA-based registered nurse, RN, and a certified nursing assistant 11.
Kelly T. Burchfield, Dallas-based licensed clinical nurse assistant 12.
Kelly J. Anderson, Orlando, FL-based pediatric nurse specialist 13.
Lisa M. McElroys, San Jose, CA–based licensed practical nurse and licensed clinical assistant 14.
Lisa H. Gebhardt, Detroit, MI-based child and adolescent mental health nurse 15.
Lisa S. Durbin, Los Gatos, CA–licensed clinical nurse specialist who specializes in geriatric and adult care 16.
Jillian P. Williams, Austin, TX–licensed nurse practitioner 17.
Emily M. Farr, San Diego, CA—licensed clinical assistant who has been working in the health care field for over 10 years 18.
Jill K. Schoen, Portland, OR–licensed registered nurse specializing in geriatrics and child and family services 19.
Amy R. Jones, New Haven, CT-licensed clinical nursing assistant and nurse practitioner 20.
Mary M. Anderson-Peters, Atlanta-based health care coordinator and a licensed clinical professional nurse practitioner with more than 15 years of experience 21.
Megan S. Johnson, New Orleans, LA-licensed registered nursing assistant who currently serves as a registered nursing assistantship manager at a local hospital 22.
Elizabeth C. Smith, Los Angles, CA, licensed nurse practitioner, certified nurse assistant and family nurse practitioner (licensed clinical professional) 23.
Karen M. Sperber, Detroit-based social worker, nurse practitioner and licensed nursing assistant (licensed nursing assistant) 24.
Laura M. Papp, Nashville, TN–licensed clinical clinical nurse associate with more of a professional background 25.
Michelle D. McQuigge, Seattle-based physician who has served as a clinical nurse with the National Center for Home Health Care 26.
Stephanie C. D’Agostino, New England-based family and adolescent social worker who is working in primary care 27.
Jessica M. Dolan, New Brunswick, NJ-licensed Registered Nurse Practitioner who is licensed to practice in New York State 28.
Linda E. Brown, Atlanta–based home and community health nurse 29.
Sarah L. Johnson-McLaughlin, Los Alamos, NM–licensed certified nurse practitioner working in home health 30.
Lauren K. Anderson–Kessler, Chicago-based community nurse, home health educator, registered nurse and home care provider 31.
Christine P. Pritchett, Chicago, IL-licensed home health worker and nurse specialist working in social services 32.
Sarah H. M. Johnson of Fort Lauderdale, Florida-licensed certified nursing assistants assistant working in hospice care 33.
Elizabeth L. Larkin, Fort Lauderdale-based occupational therapist specializing in home and home-based care 34.
Kristin L. Mays, Fort Worth-based Certified Nurse Practititioner with more experience working in family medicine 35.
Amy M. Bischoff, Minneapolis-based personal trainer, registered professional nurse, certified health education teacher, and home and family health educator 36.
Amy B. Lark, Dallas, TX 37.
Jennifer P. Sargent, New London, CT–licensed home and social worker 38.
Sarah C. McKeown, New Hampshire-based Registered Nurse Psychologist who is certified as a nurse psychotherapist with more years of clinical experience
National Nursers Week (NNW) is a major month of the year for nurses across the country and the US.The nurse…