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Beth has been dedicating her time to nursing for more than 33 years. Even though she grew up dreaming of being a Radio City Rockette, she was inspired by her father and mother–an RN– to pursue nursing. After years on the floor, Beth now works in the ambulatory surgery unit where she believes her job is done if she makes even one person happy. She’s learned that it’s okay to be happy-even in a hospital setting. Beth’s coworkers wrote to us that she is a ‘constant example of the positive attitude and upbeat personality we all aspire to.’ The doctors she works with call her a ‘friend, a confidante, staunch supporter of patient safety and unyielding opponent of poor or apathetic care.’  Her coworkers say her personality and sense of humor are ‘the stuff of legend’ while the patients in her care often call the hospital to compliment her care or stay in touch with Beth long after their stays. We received more than a DOZEN letters from doctors, Nurses, administrators and even the Mayor (his parents were once her patients) on Beth’s behalf- this rock star Nurse must be doing something right!

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