Get to know Registered Nurse Margaret Kronk-Schultz, who serves patients within St. Joseph’s/Candler Health Care System at Candler Hospital.
Margaret graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and certification as a Registered Nurse from Waynesburg University in 1988, giving her over three decades of experience in her field. In 2014 she received a Letter of Appreciation for making Nurses Week the best in Fort Benning history . To stay up to date in her field she remains a professional member of the American Nurses Association, Georgia Nurses Association, International Forensic Nurses Association and the Southern Cruisers.
Margaret currently practices within St. Joseph’s Hospital where she holds an expertise in
Medical/Surgical care, Labor & Delivery, Pulmonary, and the Gastro-Intestinal Unit. She was an active US Army Captain for 8 years and served 9 years in the US Army Reserves. When not working, she enjoys riding motorcycles, sewing, crafting, and
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, technology and nursing skills 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 Margaret Kronk Schultz:
Through her online profile, http://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4139026/info/