The murders of nine African-American worshippers at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston is the latest in a long, ugly trail of intolerance, injustice, and death that has befallen communities of color across America.
“The opportunity to connect with a mother and her baby is what we’re really all about,” says Mary Ellen Warden, an RN at Mt. Sinai Roosevelt, now in her 32nd year caring for women in labor and delivery. “It’s such a powerful human experience.
Karine Raymond has been a Registered Nurse (RN) at Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx for more than 15 years, caring for patients with heart problems. As a nurse in the catheterization lab, she deals with patients who are getting pacemakers, stents, or other cardiac procedures.