In honor of National Nurses Week, this week we will feature brief bios of faculty, advisory board members and students from Franklin University's R.N. to B.S.N. program.
To continue our tribute, today we feature Mary Nibert, alumnae of both the Franklin University BSN and MBA programs, faculty and advisory board member.
Mary's nursing career has been diverse: critical care, emergency department, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, managed employed physician practices, contracts and collections. Continuing her diverse career path, she recently accepted a new job as business development coordinator for occupational health for Fairfield Medical Center, continuing to work contingent in the ER at Fairfield Medical Center.
"I enjoy working in the ER and caring for those in my home community," shared Mary. "Patients and families remember the care they receive from the heart. Hopefully I make a difference each day that I work."
Mary also taught at Mount Carmel College of Nursing for over ten years, most recently teaching health policy and an ER Seminar. She also teaches leadership on-line in the RN-BSN program at Franklin University.
With "two-four-legged fur babies" (Marley, black lab-age 9 and Drake, yellow lab-age 8), Mary and her husband lives near Lancaster.
"Dr Baumlein's confidence in my teaching has helped me grow as an educator and because of that she asked me to be on the advisory board. I hope to make a difference in the curriculm for the RN-BSN students."
For information on Franklin's R.N. To B.S.N. program: http://bit.ly/1NlcPkq