I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of the armed forces personal that are serving now and all who have served before. I thank all of you for the freedom and safety that we all so much enjoy.
After a very heated political season (although I am pretty satisfied with the outcome of it all), with so many differing views and arguments, I think we all would like to thank those that protect our freedoms, ensuring that we can have the rights we have. The right to vote and the right to voice our opposition to the political party that we disagree with
I especially want to thank all the nurses that are serving and helping to save the lives of our brave men and women in uniform every day. What you all do is amazing, but putting your lives in jeopardy to help save the lives of others. As well as providing medical and social help to people all over the world. I admire each and every one of you.
I am so proud to live in a country that has individuals that sacrifice themselves for all of our freedoms, and that my fellow nurses are making such a difference in the world.
Happy Veteran’s Day!
Rob Cameron is currently a staff nurse in a level II trauma center. He has primarily been an ED nurse for most of his career, but he has also been a nurse manager for Surgical Trauma and Telemetry unit. He has worked in Med/Surg, Critical Care, Hospice, Rehab, an extremely busy cardiology clinic and pretty much anywhere he's been needed.Prior to his career in nursing, Rob worked in healthcare finance and management. Rob feels this experience has given him a perspective on nursing that many never see. He loves nursing because of all the options he has within the field. He is currently a grad student working on an MSN in nursing leadership, and teaches clinicals at a local university.Away from work, Rob spends all of his time with his wife and daughter. He enjoys cycling and Crossfit. He is a die hard NASCAR fan. Sundays you can find Rob watching the race with his daughter.
By Rob Cameron