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Brenda Smith Jaye, RN

Brenda Smith Jaye, RN

Lives in San Antonio, Texas United States ·
Basic Info
Rating:
1 Ratings
Relationship status:
Divorced
Gender:
Last Login:
May 7, 2019
Member Since:
November 28, 2018
Profile Views:
1
RSS Subscribers:
28
Nursing Title
Registered Nurse
Current Nursing Specialization
Private Duty Home Health Care, Skilled and Non-skilled Nursing, Emergency Room, Pulmonary Care
Work Name (Hospital, Practice, Clinic, etc...)
Personal Care Management
Company Website
www.personalcaresa.com
Years in Nursing
1971
Brief summary of your nursing background
Former Emergency Room Tech and Head Emergency Room Nurse
What made you choose a career in nursing?
Early in her career there were medical professionals who saw in her things she did not see in her self. They strongly encouraged her to move forward and keep learning. She believes it was It was Gods correction and protection.
What Do You Attribute Your Success To?

What motivates you at the start of each day?

1 - Article
NIH Study Published in 1983
1 - Faculty Appointment
Local Public Speaking
Nursing School Name
Hillcrest Medical Center School of Nursing
Nursing Degree In
RN
Grad Date - Nursing Degree
1971
Certificates
RN (Registered Nurse)
1 - Professional Society Membership
Private Duty Home Care Association
2 - Professional Society Membership
National Association for Home Care & Hospice
Volunteering and Causes - Charitable Organizations
American Lung Association Volunteer
Former Walk for Life Aides Foundation Volunteer
More About Me

Brenda Smith Jaye, RN, is a registered nurse currently serving patients at Personal Care Management in Texas. She earned her nursing degree from Hillcrest Medical Center School of Nursing. In order to stay up to date in her field, she maintains a professional membership with the Private Duty Home Care Association and the National Association for Home Care & Hospice. Early in her career there were medical professionals who saw in her things she did not see in herself. They strongly encouraged her to move forward and keep learning. Furthermore, she was a former volunteer for the American Lung Association and a former volunteer for the Walk For Life Aides Foundation. Registered nurses often work in hospitals or outpatient facilities, where they provide hands-on care to patients by administering medications, managing intravenous lines, observing and monitoring patients’ conditions, maintaining medical records, as well as communicating with doctors.