2011-05-20 / Community

PHC Commemorates Nurses Week


Left to right: J. Wynter (guest artist); Lynette Glasgow-Bobb, unit secretary and coorganizer; Myrtle Williams, RN and co-organizer; Parkash Attam, LPN; Carla Brutus, social worker, co-organizer; Anuradha Jara, MS, RD, nutritionist, producer of the slide show; Marcus Jackson, CNA, master of ceremonies; Ijeoma Uwazurike, OP, nurse care manager; Rosamond English-Hudson, administrative assistant; Janet Miele-Powers, sr. VP, administrator; and Sharon Brown, RN, director of nursing. Kneeling: Gerald Aaron, CNA, co-organizer; Arlene Harrison, CNA, co-organizer. Left to right: J. Wynter (guest artist); Lynette Glasgow-Bobb, unit secretary and coorganizer; Myrtle Williams, RN and co-organizer; Parkash Attam, LPN; Carla Brutus, social worker, co-organizer; Anuradha Jara, MS, RD, nutritionist, producer of the slide show; Marcus Jackson, CNA, master of ceremonies; Ijeoma Uwazurike, OP, nurse care manager; Rosamond English-Hudson, administrative assistant; Janet Miele-Powers, sr. VP, administrator; and Sharon Brown, RN, director of nursing. Kneeling: Gerald Aaron, CNA, co-organizer; Arlene Harrison, CNA, co-organizer. To commemorate National Nurse’s Week, Peninsula Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation’s staff members put their various talents on display and presented an “Extravaganza” of entertainment during their lunch hour. In addition to the talents which included singing, modeling, a skit and poetry reading, a pot luck luncheon provided by the staff was served to all who attended. The purpose of this “Extravaganza” was to integrate all the healthcare disciplines at PCECR, highlight their various cultural diversities as well as to give staff the time to enjoy each other in a more social venue. One of the more humorous sections of the “Extravaganza” was the projection of photographs of various staff members at work as they provided short insights and revelations of some of their life experiences. Sharon Brown, RN, Director of Nursing, was very impressed with the entire event. “Well done! You could just see from the interaction of those present that they formed new friendships and a true sense of camaraderie was felt throughout the room.”

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