They don’t want to be labeled as heroes or superhuman because these two Chicagoland nurses say they are simply doing their jobs.
Kara Gates, RN, is on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. A registered nurse in the intensive care unit of Glens Falls Hospital in upstate New York.
It’s a team effort for an amazing cause – he wraps, counts and holds the material for cutting while his wife sews, pleats, folds and assembles.
She’s ready to graduate and has already left quite an impression on the Chamberlain University Charlotte campus but how she got to the town she now calls home was luck – “I threw darts at a map and I
When asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, Chamberlain University’s Senior Director of Human Resources Bill Lumani, MBA, MPM, said a commercial pilot. But not for the reasons one might suspect.
Spending her childhood in and out of hospitals inspired JoLynn Deal, DNP, RN, AE-C, an assistant professor at Chamberlain University’s Irving campus to start volunteering at 12 years old.
She joined the nursing profession as a teenager and after more than 30 years in the field, Shahnaz Makhani, DNP, MSN-ED, BSN, RN, assistant professor at Chamberlain University’s Miramar campus
When asked about why she joined the healthcare field, Jenna Blind, DNP, RN, Alumnus CCRN, who works as a manager for nursing quality in New York, said, “I knew I wanted to be in a field where I was giving back and changing lives.” A few years ago, she moved from clinical work to
As a three-year-old, Gulenia “GK” Rikabi, DNP, FNP-BC, a visiting professor with Chamberlain University, played with her pink ambulance, syringes and her stethoscope – offering visitors ‘injections’ to ensure they stayed healthy.