Posts Tagged: nursing at UPMC

Achieving a Dream Together: Twin Nursing Instructors Share Their Story

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UPMC Schools of Nursing, four, hospital-based nursing schools, exist to prepare our graduates to enter the workforce to become leaders in health care and advocates for their patients. Behind this goal exists our inspiring, multi-talented, and dynamic Schools of Nursing faculty, each of whom bring a different set of skills and an incredible story to the table…. Read more »

FOR MY IMPACT: Why I’m a Nurse at UPMC

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14,000 nursing professionals have made UPMC their employer of choice—now it’s your turn to discover why! We’ll be sharing the stories of five UPMC nurses and why they chose to be part of UPMC’s mission to provide Life Changing Medicine to Pittsburgh and beyond. —  “To do what nobody else will do, in a way that nobody else can,… Read more »

Responding to a Crisis with Care: UPMC McKeesport to Open Life-Changing Unit

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Today, the health care industry is confronting what many medical professionals are calling a crisis. With addiction to controlled substances on the rise around the country and right here in Pittsburgh, health care professionals and providers are now in the unique position not only to provide medical solutions, but also to bring hope to individuals, families, and communities facing the perils of addiction.   Dawndra Jones, chief nursing officer and vice president of Patient Care Services at UPMC McKeesport and a 27-year… Read more »