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Medical-surgical nursing is the largest nursing specialty in the U.S., yet it often gets overlooked. These nurses are the backbone of healthcare, providing care to an array of patients and in a variety of healthcare settings.
Utilizing Infant-Driven Feeding, an evidence-based program, the NICUs at three Cleveland Clinic hospitals have created a positive oral feeding experience for patients, families and nurses.
Half of all adults in the U.S. have a chronic disease. The nurses who run Cleveland Clinic’s seven Chronic Care Clinics promote wellness and prevention to thousands of patients each year.
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An exhausted mother of a patient in Fairview Hospital’s 24-bed Pediatric Medical-Surgical Unit shared her distress with a nurse. “I just want my baby to sleep,” said the mother, whose baby had hyperbilirubinemia.