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NICU nurse passes away, leaves $100,000 for nursing education

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Pat McMillan who served the nursing profession for 30 years before passing recently from breast cancer, has donated $100,000 to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH). McMillan was a nurse at UAMS and had attended nursing school at ACH.
According to Today’s THV:

“The $50,000 gifts to the UAMS and ACH NICU floors will be used to send staff to annual conferences and continuing education seminars to obtain and keep the highest level of certification available for registered nurses working in neonatal intensive care units.”

A NICU nursing station at UAMS has been identified in McMillan’s name in her honor.

Source: todaysthv.com

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