Judy , MS, RN, NE-BC
Director Medical Surgical Services
"I trained to be a nurse because I watched my parents minister to the sick in the poorest towns of my country. Resources were bare and work appeared very difficult, yet they looked inspired and content. My personal goal became the desire to follow their example and to my pleasant surprise the rewards are priceless.
Reward for me is about opportunity. To be involved in the journey of a novice nurse toward expert practice is a privilege and a rare opportunity in the shaping of someone's career. Most impressive is when positive patient outcomes are recognized and the nurse is instrumental in the process. The nurse turns to you and says, 'Thank you for your mentorship.' I know that my work is done only to continue for the next one in line."