We are thrilled to welcome and congratulate Donna Maheady, ARNP and founder of Exceptional Nurse as our March Nurse of the Month. Donna is not only a champion of nurses, but a champion of all those with autism and special circumstances to achieve their full potential. Her story of balancing life as nurse and raising
Congratulations to Cinthia Miramontes – our Nursing Scholarship Winner and January Nurse of the Month
We at HireNurses.com would like to Congratulate Cinthia Miramontes as our 2016 HireNurses.com Nursing Scholarship Winner and our January Nurse of the Month! Wait to you read her story – a single mother of 3, that after 13 years as a CNA went back to nursing school – “where there is a will, there is
We are thrilled to announce that May’s Nurse of the Month is Jalil Johnson: National Director of Show Me Your Stethoscope! Jalil has an amazing story of how he became a nurse and is about to receive his PhD in Nursing – in addition to being the National Director Show Me Your Stethoscope. His
Our First International Nurse of the Month from Spain! Read Frank’s amazing story below how he adopted one of his NICU patients!
We at HireNurses know nurses do amazing things every day, but when we heard about Frank Clement Lopez, a nurse from Spain adopting a baby that was abandoned in the NICU – we knew that he deserved to be our April Nurse of the Month. As our First International Nurse ever – we congratule Frank
March Nurse of the Month, Dr. Evelyn Okunoghae has been in school for over half of her entire life; starting out with a degree as an LVN all the way to a Doctorate Degree in Nursing Practice!
My name is Evelyn and I currently work as a clinical provider at Children’s Health Dallas. I have a doctorate degree in nursing practice (DNP). My specialty is family practice, however my sub-specialty is pediatrics. I have been a Nurse Practitioner since 2008, prior to that I was a Registered Nurse for about 5 years,
Nurse of the Month My name is Alma Alagic and I was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I moved to the US in 2004 and decided to become a medical assistant. I worked as an MA for 6 years before I decided to go back to school. I must say that I worked with some
After raising himself and going through medical treatments early on in life, our January 2016 Nurse of the Month, Kortrez King, tells us his story on why he chose to become a nurse.
My name is Kortrez King. I am an African American male nursing student who was born and raised in Detroit Michigan. I grew up in harsh conditions which gave birth to my ambitions to make other lives better and which made my life a lot better. I had no parents growing up and supported myself upward
As a young girl growing up in Southern California, my brother and I never wanted for material things. What we did want, but never seemed to have, was the trust, the unconditional love and the sense of security for which every child, not only longs, but so desperately needs. My story is a typical one
Meet our Entrepreneurial Nurse of the Week Brian Park! Brian’s company makes something that should be part of every nurses “must-haves” at work!
Read about Brian’s unique experience of being an ICU Nurse, starter of his own company and a magician! I worked for 3 years as a nurse on a surgical intensive care unit at Washington Hospital Center. It was a level-1 trauma center. So, I had a number of amazing and exciting experiences there. However, after
Meet HireNurses.com Nurse of the Week: John has an extensive history as a nurse, working for over 38 years at the bedside and beyond, John gives us a glimpse into his story and is our featured Nurse of the Week! Nurse of the Week: John Parker (64) Years working as a nurse: 38 Current