Leann is a Registered Nurse with Clearvista Women's Care, an Ob/Gyn practice in the Community Health Network of Indianapolis. Unlike many of her peers, Leann performs her job completely over the phone, answering questions for the practice's
pregnant patients. With over 12,000 phone calls per month, Leann has to prioritize and assess the needs of the callers, with questions ranging from prenatal vitamins to various pains and symptoms. Although her job is via telephone, Leann is able to
form a connection with many patients, treating them from the time of positive pregnancy test to delivery.
Meggin is a Registered Nurse with Children's of Alabama. When in the country, her typical shift is 7PM to 7AM in the pediatric intensive care unit. She works largely with children who have suffered trauma from accidents, falls, burns, or
cancer-related illness. Meggin also spends a large amount of her time in Africa, either giving direct care in villages, removing facial tumors aboard mercy ships off the coast, or delivering up to 185 babies in a single day.
City: Pell City
Ericka is a Registered Nurse in the emergency department at Aurura in Milwaukee, WI. She runs us through a typical shift at the hospital, which can range from treating sore throats to broken arms and to gunshot wounds. Find out why nursing is such a
rewarding career and why the industry is going to be in need of new recruits soon!
Corrie is a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. She advises current nursing students to get as much clinical experience as possible. You'll pick up the necessary terminology and nuances
of nursing as well as rub elbows with experienced medical professionals!
Nursing (Bachelor), English Literature (Bachelor), Family Nurse Practitioner (Masters)
Katese is a Registered Nurse at the North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, MS. Her day consists of a scheduled 12-hour shift (sometimes extended) involving medication administration, patient treatments, and collaborating with physicians to best
help their patients.