October, 2001 Dr. T., my manager, called me into his office. "Pam, I'm afraid I have some bad news for all of us. The parent hospital has decided to close this campus in the next few months because they are losing so much money at this facility. Next month, they will decrease our hours to… Continue reading Will God Provide?
January 1995 - San Juan, Dominican Republic After awakening, I began reading my English-Spanish Bible in my Pan Dia village home, when Maria, a ten-year-old girl came in and shyly started reading over my shoulder. I gave her a Spanish gospel tract to read, and she was thrilled. Before we said goodbye, the cute children… Continue reading Transcultural Nursing Course in Dominican Republic – Part 2
November 1991 I have now worked in the new dialysis center in the suburbs for about three months. It is going fairly well, although the thirteen hour shifts three times weekly are so long and exhausting. I'm having trouble recovering on my days off and am feeling as bad as when I used to work… Continue reading From Dialysis to Home Care