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During nursing school I was assigned to Conroe Regional Hyperbaric Wound Care Center for a semester rotation. By the time I finished this rotation, I knew I wanted to be a WOC nurse. The Hyperbaric nurses working at the center (Becky Adams and Marty Kennedy) during this rotation were exceptionally caring and thriving wound care nurses. They both along with Nursing Adminstration encouraged and supported my decision to become a WOC nurse. Once I received my WOC nursing credentials, Dr. Robert Warriner, Dr. Bradley Potani and Dr. Robert Williams along with other staff members helped me professionally develop in this role. In the past 12 years as a WOC nurse, I have had the privledge of meeting some of the most precious patients/families, health care providers, industry providers, colleagues and co-workers. I have also been blessed to have been supported by so many people to help make my WOC nursing career so rewarding! Thank you.
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