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In celebration of Nurse's Week 2018, learn why nurses from various departments across MassGeneral Hospital for Children love their patients, families and their jobs.
For Lori Appleman, RN, in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine, helping other staff, from the front desk to providers, feel heard and safe voicing concerns is a priority. Read more.
J. Heidi Jupp, RN, of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, knows the importance of patience and taking a few extra moments to learn what patients really need is the secret to exceptional care. For one patient, it made a world of difference in his treatment. Read more.
Being a triage nurse is a rewarding job for nurses like Sarah Lincoln, RN, of Pediatric Gastroenteology and Nutrition, even if they do not always get to meet patients in person. Read more.
Going the extra mile for patients is a hallmark of excellent care, especially for Rosemarie McAuley, RN, of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, whose careful eye helped ensure a mother and her baby, who was on oxygen, made it home after an appointment. Read more.
Kateri McGuiness, RN, MSN, PNP, of Pediatric Cardiology, is often inspired by the perseverance of her patients, including one little boy's determination to get better after treatment for congenital heart disease. Read more.
For Joanna Neas, RN, of Pediatric Cardiology, developing a close relationship with patients and family is the secret to providing the best care possible - especially when a patient needs serious treatment sooner than expected. Read more.
Working in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is full of ups and downs. For Kathy O'Gara, RN, it's the joyous moments amid the challenges that make her job worth it. Read more.
By being just a phone call away, Amanda Tourjee, RN, MSN, PNP, triage nurse in Pediatric Neurology, can help keep patients avoid unnecessary trips to the emergency department. Read more.
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