Well, you're right, there are some things that science can't explain. Yet. At one point, we thought the world was flat, the Earth was the center of the universe, bloodletting was standard of care, and smoking was good for you. Science eventually reveals the truth.
As far as that whole life and death situation and only having God to run to... well... I prefer 911. They actually answer. Shrug.
I respect your beliefs, I guess I just think people take their religious views way too far. Like, Jesus being our greatest doctor and somehow, nurses are his sidekicks. Well, what about me? I'm an Atheist. I don't know if that Jesus, who's practicing without a license btw, could have his sidekick be an Atheist. While the Apostles weren't perfect, they sure weren't Atheists. Why can't we just be nurses? Why do we have to bring God, Jesus, Allah, or even some sort of Atheist doctrine into it? We are nurses. We aren't Jesus' sidekicks. We are each other's sidekick. Black, white, Christian, Muslim, Atheist, Jewish, male, female, transgendered.. I don't really care what your faith is. In fact, I care less than that. Our jobs are to use science and evidenced based practice, two things the Bible and every religious text totally lack, to heal people. Let's stick to that.