Posts tagged nurse
Nurse Delia: Following God’s leading
Hospitable, caring, hardworking, and always smiling, these are character traits that are embedded in the Filipino culture and define why nursing is a perfect fit for many Filipinos, especially those working overseas. According to the Philippine News Agency, roughly 10 to 12 million Filipino nurses and caregivers are working in more than 50 countries abroad. […]
Alone in Niger during COVID-19 Outbreak: “I am privileged.”
Maureen Sloan is a nurse and has been volunteering for CURE for many years. Her recent trip to volunteer at CURE Niger has left her alone in the country, away from her family, and unable to travel back home to the United States, due to the travel ban. Paul, Maureen’s husband, was unable to accompany […]
Nurses: the heart of essential surgery
Often, the discussion around global surgery focuses on the surgeons and the important work they do. This is understandable, as there is a considerable dearth of surgeons in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), and this is one of the reasons that most of the world population lacks access to surgery. However, in our focus on […]
Tebow CURE’s five founding nurses
We’ve seen a lot of changes at Tebow CURE Hospital over the last few years. As patient numbers grew, we witnessed an increase in staff, the expansion of the third floor, and spiritual growth among our team members. When we opened our doors in November 2014, dozens of staff members were anxious to serve our […]
Caren: Nursing is a calling
“Whenever I was in the hospital, I would admire those nurses. ‘I wish to be one when I grow up. I really want to take care of the sick.”
How satellite helps power quality health care in Niger
The CURE hospital is located in the capital, Niamey, where only one million people live—out of nearly 20 million of Niger’s population. Clearly the future of CURE in Niger lies outside the city, where most of the population and most of the children with treatable disabilities live. Thanks to SATMED and satellite technology, we will be able to increase our presence in the rest of the country, even in the most remote areas.
A child’s potential
Children have so much potential. They have potential to be child soldiers, presidents, doctors, ISIS members, politicians, musicians, beggars, teachers, athletes, farmers. Satan would love to bend that potential to evil, but God can use it for such great good. So I pray for our children.
Diane Lawrence on Nursing at CURE
CURE International’s Nurse/Anesthesia Clinical Director Diane Lawrence talks about the importance of nurses and their training at CURE hospitals.
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