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November 17, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Giving as a Way of Life

By Melissa Egeland Melissa Egeland (@melissaegeland)

Written by:  Rita Jury, Nurse Administrator Jim Hubert, a registered nurse educator and wound care specialist at Mayo Clinic Health System Oakridge in Osseo, Wisconsin, celebrates life by giving.  Even before he became a nurse (his second career), Jim was generous with his time and talent by serving those in the community, and he and his […]

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Tags: A Life-Changing Career, Life-Changing, Nurse, Nurse recruitment, Nursing Recrui, Registered Nurse, RN, RN careers, Summer III


September 18, 2014 · Leave a Comment

My Journey at Mayo Clinic: From Staff RN to Nurse Researcher

By Dana Smith Dana Smith (@danasmith)

Written by: Ilana Logvinov, RN, MSN, CCRP RN Advanced Clinical Research Coordinator May 2003 was the date my journey began at Mayo Clinic in Florida. I began working as a staff nurse in the Medical ICU. Prior to joining Mayo Clinic, I completed my initial nursing education in Odessa, Ukraine. I moved to the U.S. […]

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August 26, 2014 · Leave a Comment

The sky literally seems to be the limit within Mayo Clinic,” your career is unlimited…

By Judith Pinkston Judith Pinkston (@judithpinkston)

Written by Nichole Herr, RN In August of 2006 I started with Mayo Clinic in Rochester as a Vascular Access Technician in the Thoracic/Vascular ICU. Growing up all I wanted to be was a Veterinarian, so this was an interesting change of pace. A year into that position, which I held for 6 years, I […]

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July 24, 2014 · Leave a Comment

It’s a Magical place…

By Melinda Pobanz Melinda Pobanz (@melindapobanz)

In addition to working as a staff RN on an Internal Medicine floor, one of my roles is working as an admission nurse covering four of our busy medical units. I admit patients from all over the world, with various ailments. A lot of our patients have traveled here because they have been told elsewhere […]

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July 17, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Breaking Burnout: A Win-Win for Staff and Patients

By Dana Smith Dana Smith (@danasmith)

Written by: Palma Iacovitti, Nurse Manager, 3 South Transplant What could be better than working with a group of people that you can actually feel comfortable with?   Relaxed enough that you would invest a couple of hours painting your very own oil-based picture with, look like a total klutz while bowling, playing volley ball on the […]

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July 10, 2014 · Leave a Comment

We support the novice nurse with extensive orientation and The Essentials of Progressive and Intensive Care program (EPIC).

By Jill Turck Jill Turck (@jkturck)

  Being a part of the Mayo Clinic team has been very rewarding and challenging.  I have been a Registered Nurse for about a year at Mayo Clinic in Rochester on a Cardiac Surgery Progressive Care Unit.  I would have never thought my transition from a student nurse could have been this successful.  From the […]

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