Congratulations to our nurses who received the NERBNA Excellence in Nursing Practice Award at the 31st Annual NERBNA Award Dinner, held at the Boston Marriott on Friday, February 8, 2019.
- Marva Durand, ASN, RN, MICU B Nurse
- Sharmecka Horton, BSN, RN, 6 East Case Manager
- Andrea Nicholson, BSN, RN, 6 West Charge Nurse
- Narces Norciede, BSN, RN, 7 West Nurse
- Mariama Tejan-Siesay, BSN, RN, Observation Unit Charge Nurse
"BMC is a great place to work because of the patient population that we have. We are able to care for people who don't have a lot of money or have a lot.
And so, work without judgment. Take the time to listen. Take the time to help... your colleagues, family members.
"I love working here at BMC because it's my community. I live right down the street and I've always wanted to work here. And I like to work with those that are like myself." - Sharmecka, Case Manager on 6 East
"I never thought of doing nursing as a profession. When I came to this country, my dad got sick and I see how much the nurses are helpful and taking good care of him.
Just the compassion in their eyes for what they do.. that kind of get me into considering this career and I have never regretted it." - Mariama, Charge Nurse in the Observation Unit
To learn more about BMC nursing career opportunities, visit https://jobs.bmc.org/c/nursing-jobs.
The New England Regional Black Nurses Association, Inc. is a part of the national effort to unify, educate and increase the number of African American Nurses in this country. NERBNA is dedicated to investigating, defining and determining the health care needs of African Americans throughout New England. NERBNA is committed to implementing the necessary changes to insure that optimum health care is available to African Americans and other underserved communities.