Get to know Registered Nurse Dale Twyeffort, who serves patients within Heritage Rehabilitation-Living.
Dale graduated from Pace University with her Nursing Degree and as a Certified Registered Nurse in 1975, giving her over four decades of experience in her field. To stay up to date in her field she remains a professional member of the American Health Council.
Dale currently practices with Heritage Rehabilitation-Living where she is the Director of Nursing Services. She holds an expertise in Geriatrics and long term care. She attributes her professional success to the support form her family, friends and nurses she has worked with over the years who have guided her. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her five Dogs, two Cats, Her Adult Children, Knitting, Needlepointing, and Gardening.
The main role of a registered nurse is to assist physicians in providing treatment to patients suffering from various medical conditions. While their primary responsibilities will involve caring for patients, their specific job duties will vary depending on your employer and specialization. While a majority of registered nurses work at hospitals they are not limited to that setting, they can also work in in clinics, schools, assisted living facilities, homes, schools and more. They must also stay up-to-date with new tools and technology to help provide the best care to patients and families, and the best support to doctors and other healthcare professionals. Registered nurses must possess excellent communication, emotional intelligence, teamwork, problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.
Learn More about Dale Twyeffort:
Through her online profile, http://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4142461/info/.