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Nursing is more than a career. It’s a chance to make a difference.
Since COVID-19 began, nurses have worked tirelessly to care for others in unprecedented times. Nurses have stood by our side and cared for us beyond our diagnoses and treatments to guide us to our best health possible.
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Celebrating our remarkable nurses
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When asked to name a nurse who personified the culture of caring at Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital during 2021, top leaders point to Morgan Hunt, RN, BSN, CPN.
This month, Courtney Spangler achieved a dream decades in the making: She graduated from nursing school
The Duke Endowment is helping address nurse burnout.
Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing alumni reflect on school’s legacy, lessons learned
Nikki Nissen leads with gratitude and humility.
Meet the nurse with a song in her heart.
Nurses at Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center worked tirelessly to care for others in unprecedented times.
When Angela Davis was 18 years old, she met a nurse who changed her life. She was living in Sumter, South Carolina, and had just given birth to her first child.
Around Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center, most people know Sarah Farmer. She’s a local — born and raised in Brunswick — and a nurse. When Brunswick County natives come to the hospital, they will often ask for her.
Since the start of the pandemic, Caroline Elliott has raised more than $85,000 to feed front-line workers in the fight against COVID-19. It’s a campaign that has taken on a life of its own since its launch back in March, gaining momentum, attracting volunteers and making an impact.
It sounded like a burglar alarm.
Cindy Little was at her former church in Charleston, South Carolina, when she heard it. She wasn’t sure where it was coming from, but she knew something was up.
The patient couldn’t breathe. He had come into the emergency room still able to speak. Then, all of a sudden, he was slipping in and out of consciousness. It all felt like a dream. But somewhere in that dream, he knew Amanda Chilton would do whatever it took to save him.
Debbie Daniels has been part of Novant Health since she was 16 years old. She started in accounts payable. Her mom worked in that department and helped get Daniels a part-time job that she kept through high school and as she went off to college at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.