This holiday season, we want to give a special shout out to our Bon Secours caregivers, who embody our mission every day by providing good help to those in need. We are especially thankful for our nurses, like Andrea Wilson, Meagan Eby, Tammy Mullen and Amy Hilberath, who take care of our tiniest patients.
Andrea Wilson, RN, (bottom left) has been a registered nurse for 10 years. She currently works as a mother infant unit nurse at Bon Secours.
“I wanted to become a nurse so I could take care of people while hopefully putting a smile on their face at the same time,” says Andrea. “I like that not only would I be helping people, but I could teach them as well.”
Meagan Eby, RB, (bottom right) is a mother infant unit nurse at Bon Secours as well.
“I have been a caregiver my whole life,” she says. “It is definitely a calling! I have always loved taking care of people.”
In terms of being a professional caregiver, Meagan has been a registered nurse for eight years.
Over at St. Francis Eastside Hospital, Tammy Mullen, RN, (top right) and Amy Hilberath, BSN, RN, (top left) have both been caregivers for 38 years! Tammy works in neonatal care and found her caregiver calling early in her career.
“I worked part time in high school at a medical office,” she says. “After graduating high school, I felt called to join the nursing profession.”
While doing her NICU clinical rotations, Tammy knew working with infants was where she was meant to be. She has been doing just that ever since.
As for Amy, she would not settle for anything else except being a NICU nurse.
“As a young girl, I would line my ‘sick’ baby dolls up and pretend to take care of them,” says Amy. “I knew at a young age what my calling was and am so thankful to be living that dream today.”
Thank you so much to these ladies as well as all of our other Bon Secours caregivers. We are so thankful for you.
Learn more about the women care services offered at Bon Secours.