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Stepping stones - Person centered care is at the heart of Epworth Villa
Jeannette Ratliff, RN, has evolved into her new role as the care coordinator for skilled nursing at Epworth Villa.

Jeannette Ratliff, RN, has evolved into her new role as the care coordinator for skilled nursing at Epworth Villa.

September will make five years since Jeannette Ratliff came to work at Epworth Villa in Oklahoma City. A registered nurse, Ratliff serves as the care coordinator for skilled nursing household at Epworth. The senior living community provides opportunities for nurses to flourish in their careers, she said.

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HYUNDAI HOPE ON WHEELS AWARDS $250,000 RESEARCH GRANT TO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
A representative from Hyundai Motor America awards a $250,000 grant to Children’s Hospital Foundation to support cancer research. From left to right: John Bryce, Hyundai; Kimble Frazer, MD, PhD; Laurie Givens, Children’s Hospital Foundation Board of Directors president; Terrence Stull, MD, Children’s Hospital Foundation Scientific Director.

A representative from Hyundai Motor America awards a $250,000 grant to Children’s Hospital Foundation to support cancer research. From left to right: John Bryce, Hyundai; Kimble Frazer, MD, PhD; Laurie Givens, Children’s Hospital Foundation Board of Directors president; Terrence Stull, MD, Children’s Hospital Foundation Scientific Director.

Gift made in honor of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (September)

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CAREERS IN NURSING - SHARING WORDS, SHARING HEART: COMMUNICATION MAKES DIFFERENCE FOR RN
Jillian Davis, RN, has been an ICU patient at Mercy Hospital where she works. Being a sick child influenced her career.

Jillian Davis, RN, has been an ICU patient at Mercy Hospital where she works. Being a sick child influenced her career.

Communication is one of Jillian Davis’ biggest assets as a nurse. Working in an intensive care unit allows Davis to see patients at their worst, to getting better and able to leave the hospital, she said.

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NURSE TALK - What led you to become a nurse? What inspired your career? Mercy Hospital critical care, OKC

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