General Nursing, Rehabilitation Nurse

Amputations – “Thy will be done!”

Midwest, USA - 1978 The phone rang and I answered. My dear friend Enid was calling who lived an hour away. "Pam, One of my former coworkers is a patient at your hospital and I was wondering if you would visit him and share the gospel with him? For many years he was the chauffeur… Continue reading Amputations – “Thy will be done!”

Diabetes Nurse, General Nursing

Blizzard of 1978

January 26, 1978 - 10 a.m. I turned on the TV and watched the weather prediction. They told us to brace ourselves for a terrible storm that was coming with high winds. We usually only get 10-15 inches of snow all winter, so this was very unusual. I have never seen a blizzard. It's about… Continue reading Blizzard of 1978

geriatrics

The Aging Brain

September 2005 - Geriatric Nurse Practitioner I am enjoying my new job immensely working as a Geriatric Nurse Practitioner in a 500-bed nursing home providing primary care to 64 patients currently. It is like a breath of fresh air compared to working for the insurance company in the same facility. I am also feeling much… Continue reading The Aging Brain