In this episode of My Healthy Life, our nurses inspire us through their heartfelt words and stories on becoming a nurse, being a nurse and what it means to them to be a nurse at Mission Health.
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Episode 10 — Nursing: Where Passion Meets Purpose
Nurses often say that in being a nurse, they are doing what they were born to do. We know it takes a special person to be a nurse, and while every nurse goes through standard education and training, every nurse’s journey is different — is that what makes each nurse so special? Our nurses shared with us what sparked their passion for nursing and each journey will inspire you.
When those they are caring for may not be at their best, our nurses are there to “be the best part of their worst day.” How do they do it–what keeps our nurses going? When we ask our nurses this question, we see common themes in how they do it – how they continue being the best nurse they can be – and it’s the people they work with, the people they serve, and their own support systems. The feeling is mutual, Mission Health nurses — you keep Mission Health going every day.
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Nurses featured in this podcast
Thomas Anthony, Mission Hospital; Gilbert Mata, Mission Hospital; Sara Doolin, McDowell Hospital; Justin Pannell, HCH; Melissa Sluder, CarePartners; Stephanie Norris, Transylvania Regional Hospital; Scarlett Cox, Blue Ridge Regional Hospital; Samantha Tomlin, Mission Hospital; Amanda Pack, Angel Medical Center; Ti Austin — Mission Hospital; Gina Scharf — Mission Hospital; Adam King — Mission Hospital; Jeanie Bollinger — Mission Health; Melina Arrowood — Transylvania Regional Hospital; Erica Reid — Brevard Cancer Center; Fern Pittman — McDowell Hospital; Holly Owen — Mission Health