26 years, 4 years on a Med Surg floor where we would have 15 to 16 patients a piece and most of them would be total care patients with high acuity and the floor also served as a step down unit for the ICU. Then transferred to the ER where we had 32 beds and on an average day we would have pts on stretchers in the hallway and even cardioverted pts in wheelchairs. Now I’m working in a Urology office and we provide services to pts from a large number of counties around the state. These doctors I work for are amazing and very compassionate and I would gladly let them borrow my “doctorscope”.

- KM September 22, 2015