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Specialty: 3 year(s) of experience in Med-Surg, NICU

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  • 1:50 pm

    I work two jobs.

    It is doable.

  • Jul 20

    Quote from Ruby Vee
    41 years.

    I remember when nurses were encouraged to jump up and give their chairs to doctors. (I remember when nurses had time to sit!)

    I remember ash trays in the nurse's station so the cardiologists and pulmonologists could smoke, and when the break room was the last place you wanted to take a break because of the cloud of cigarette smoke that perpetually hung over the table.

    I remember glass thermometers that contained mercury, and playing with the mercury after we broke a thermometer.

    I remember testing urine before giving insulin.

    I remember white polyester nursing uniforms, white hose and Nurse Mates. White, of course.

    I actually wore my cap once. (To my pinning ceremony.)
    A smoking pulmonologist?

    I can't be the only one who sees the irony in that!

  • Jul 20

    Too long.








    Three years.

  • Jul 19

    Too long.








    Three years.

  • Jul 19

    Quote from Ruby Vee
    41 years.

    I remember when nurses were encouraged to jump up and give their chairs to doctors. (I remember when nurses had time to sit!)

    I remember ash trays in the nurse's station so the cardiologists and pulmonologists could smoke, and when the break room was the last place you wanted to take a break because of the cloud of cigarette smoke that perpetually hung over the table.

    I remember glass thermometers that contained mercury, and playing with the mercury after we broke a thermometer.

    I remember testing urine before giving insulin.

    I remember white polyester nursing uniforms, white hose and Nurse Mates. White, of course.

    I actually wore my cap once. (To my pinning ceremony.)
    A smoking pulmonologist?

    I can't be the only one who sees the irony in that!

  • Jul 19

    Quote from Ruby Vee
    41 years.

    I remember when nurses were encouraged to jump up and give their chairs to doctors. (I remember when nurses had time to sit!)

    I remember ash trays in the nurse's station so the cardiologists and pulmonologists could smoke, and when the break room was the last place you wanted to take a break because of the cloud of cigarette smoke that perpetually hung over the table.

    I remember glass thermometers that contained mercury, and playing with the mercury after we broke a thermometer.

    I remember testing urine before giving insulin.

    I remember white polyester nursing uniforms, white hose and Nurse Mates. White, of course.

    I actually wore my cap once. (To my pinning ceremony.)
    A smoking pulmonologist?

    I can't be the only one who sees the irony in that!

  • Jul 19

    Too long.








    Three years.

  • Jul 19

    Too long.








    Three years.

  • Jul 18

    Quote from Ruby Vee
    41 years.

    I remember when nurses were encouraged to jump up and give their chairs to doctors. (I remember when nurses had time to sit!)

    I remember ash trays in the nurse's station so the cardiologists and pulmonologists could smoke, and when the break room was the last place you wanted to take a break because of the cloud of cigarette smoke that perpetually hung over the table.

    I remember glass thermometers that contained mercury, and playing with the mercury after we broke a thermometer.

    I remember testing urine before giving insulin.

    I remember white polyester nursing uniforms, white hose and Nurse Mates. White, of course.

    I actually wore my cap once. (To my pinning ceremony.)
    A smoking pulmonologist?

    I can't be the only one who sees the irony in that!

  • Jul 18

    Quote from Ruby Vee
    41 years.

    I remember when nurses were encouraged to jump up and give their chairs to doctors. (I remember when nurses had time to sit!)

    I remember ash trays in the nurse's station so the cardiologists and pulmonologists could smoke, and when the break room was the last place you wanted to take a break because of the cloud of cigarette smoke that perpetually hung over the table.

    I remember glass thermometers that contained mercury, and playing with the mercury after we broke a thermometer.

    I remember testing urine before giving insulin.

    I remember white polyester nursing uniforms, white hose and Nurse Mates. White, of course.

    I actually wore my cap once. (To my pinning ceremony.)
    A smoking pulmonologist?

    I can't be the only one who sees the irony in that!

  • Jul 18

    Too long.








    Three years.

  • Jul 18

    Quote from Ruby Vee
    41 years.

    I remember when nurses were encouraged to jump up and give their chairs to doctors. (I remember when nurses had time to sit!)

    I remember ash trays in the nurse's station so the cardiologists and pulmonologists could smoke, and when the break room was the last place you wanted to take a break because of the cloud of cigarette smoke that perpetually hung over the table.

    I remember glass thermometers that contained mercury, and playing with the mercury after we broke a thermometer.

    I remember testing urine before giving insulin.

    I remember white polyester nursing uniforms, white hose and Nurse Mates. White, of course.

    I actually wore my cap once. (To my pinning ceremony.)
    A smoking pulmonologist?

    I can't be the only one who sees the irony in that!

  • Jul 18

    Too long.








    Three years.

  • Jul 18

    Too long.








    Three years.

  • Jul 18

    Too long.








    Three years.


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