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Welcome Latin Nurse Teresa!

After running into Latin Nurse Teresa on a couple of encounters, I now know why we crossed paths. Latin Nurse Teresa is one of a kind.  She grew up in Colorado. Her parents are from Mexico and her mother was a migrant worker. She has been a nurse for about 3 years now. She always knew she wanted to be nurse, ever since she could remember. She loved how caring and compassionate nurses were toward her loved ones whenever one was in the hospital.

“I remember the time when my oldest brother spent a countless number of weeks in ICU after getting third degree burns The nurses on duty took care of him. They even allowed me to see him although I was not of age. I remember being impressed by how fast my brother recovered and healed from all of his wounds.” From then on, she admired nurses and knew she had to answer her calling and become a nurse.

Current Medsurg, Latin Nurse Teresa was attracted to The Resilient Nurse because she knew how important it was to have a positive attitude while becoming a nurse. She struggled obtaining her nursing license so when she stumbled across my page, she was able to relate with my story.

“Seeing other nurses overcome their nursing challenges impacted me in so many ways. I wanted to be apart of being a change in the community by being a voice for the Latino population.

I am so excited about the new journey Latin Nurse Teresa and I are getting ready to embark on! Stay tuned for some magic!

Be sure to follow the Latin Nurse Teresa on IG!

@LatinNurseTeresa

1Comment
  • Manuela
    Posted at 21:14h, 26 November Reply

    Im a latina and a nurse. English is my second language and I had to work 3 times harder to finish nursing school. I have been a nurse for 5 years now and I love what I do. I consider myself a resilient nurse as well! 😘👩🏻‍⚕️ So excited to read more of your blogs

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