Company: Nursing Registry
Location: Islip Terrace, NY
ISLIP TERRACE, NY, February 29, 2012, Zinna L. Etmon, Retired Supervisor of the Nursing Registry, has been recognized by Elite American Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in operating room nursing and patient care.
Ms. Etmon has amassed a wealth of experience and garnered a reputation of distinction and prominence over the course of an illustrious career that has spanned 50 years. Prior to her retirement, she assisted in the training of nurses, and provided complimentary medical services to a number of clients. She worked in hospital setting, as well as other medical care environments for more than 45 years. Throughout her career, Ms. Etmon has built on an expansive skill set which now consists of an abundant knowledge of midwifery, and operating room and emergency room nursing, and medical-surgical care, intensive care, and critical care nursing.
Ever diligent in her efforts to provide top of the line support to the patients with whom she has worked, as well as to the nurses that she has trained, Ms. Etmon has earned accolades for her excellent work. She received an Award for Patient Care from a psychiatric hospital that she has lent her services to, and she was also inducted into Worldwide Who’s Who for her exceptional nursing capabilities. Ms. Etmon has also received an award for Outstanding Nursing services.
Ms. Etmon’s nursing training was completed in England. Following the completion of her training, she then came to the United States, where she continued her training. At the Stonybrook University Hospital, Ms. Etmon and 11 other nurses were instrumental in setting up their operating rooms in 1980. She remains abreast of trends and developments in nursing as a member of the American Nurses Association, and of The Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Zinna L. Etmon was originally selected for inclusion in EliteAMERICAN Nurses in February, 2012. We are proud to be featuring Ms. Etmon again in EliteAMERICAN Nurses for 2013/2014.
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