Maddy highlights uplifting stories about the impacts that staff make at the Brigham and beyond.
As a young girl in Honduras, Nina Johnson-Letona, BSN, RN, CNRN, dreamed of a profession where she could help others. “I didn’t have the opportunity to go to nursing school in Honduras, so I made it a priority to advance my education and become a nurse when I migrated to America,” she said.
As the pandemic continues into another season, many of us are balancing our work with additional responsibilities at home, such as helping children manage remote learning or new school schedules, caring for parents and other priorities.
Between July and early October, 26 Brigham nurses and Emergency Services assistants volunteered with the Brigham and Women’s Outreach Program (BWOP), which has collaborated with the Navajo Area Indian Health Service (IHS) since 2009.
The Brigham and Women’s Hospital community mourns the loss of Maureen Keaty, BSN, RN, of Radiation Oncology. She died Oct. 10.