Get to know Registered Nurse Mary Norris, whose focus is to serve patients within a medical milieu.
Mary, a Registered Nurse, wanted to further her education. She returned to school and received a Bachelor in Science in Professional Management and a Master in Science in Business Administration. Mary has worked as a nurse since 1975, giving her over four decades of experience in her field. While Mary is currently semi-retired she remains open for opportunities to use her expertise in Nephrology, Critical Care, and Personnel Management.
Mary has held the title of Director of Nursing, Clinic Manager, Area Administrator of three outpatient Dialysis Clinics, and Area Manager of three Clinics. Her hospital experience has included Intensive Care Nurse, House Supervisor, and Administrative Supervisor of Critical Care, which included Surgical and Cardiac Intensive Care Units, Acute Dialysis Unit, and Orderly services. She established a code team for the hospital and wrote policies for Intensive Care. When not working, she enjoys completing Jigsaw puzzles and spending time with her two Yorkies.
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 Mary Norris:
Through her online profile, http://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4141530/info/