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Shireeta Benjamin

Shireeta Benjamin

Lives in Bristol, Pennsylvania United States ·
Basic Info
Rating:
1 Ratings
Relationship status:
Single
Gender:
Last Login:
February 15, 2019
Member Since:
January 23, 2019
Profile Views:
1
RSS Subscribers:
20
Nursing Title
RN/Nurse Administrator
Job Title
Nurse Administrator
Current Nursing Specialization
Emergency Room, Home Health, Psych, Med Surgical, Telemetry, Pediatrics
Work Name (Hospital, Practice, Clinic, etc...)
We C.A.R.E. Home Health Agency
Company Website
www.wecarehh.com
Years in Nursing
10
What made you choose a career in nursing?

Nursing School Name
Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital
Nursing Degree In
RN
Grad Date - Nursing Degree
2009
University - Bachelor's
Millersville University
Bachelor's Degree In
BSN
Grad Date - Bachelor's Degree
2015
1 - Professional Society Membership
American Nurses Association
2 - Professional Society Membership
Black Nurses Association
3 - Professional Society Membership
National Association of Professional Women
1 - Honor / Award
Nurse Excellence Award from Abington Hospital In 2014
2 - Honor / Award
Abington, Patient Safety Award In 2017
3 - Honor / Award
Leadership of the Year 2017-2018 from National Association of Professional Women
More About Me

Shireeta S. Benjamin, BSN, RN, TNCC is a registered nurse currently serving patients at We C.A.R.E. Home Health Agency in Pennsylvania. She earned her nursing degree from Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital in 2009 and her bachelor’s degree from Millersville University in 2015. Due to her outstanding work in her field, she was awarded the Nurse Excellence Award from Abington Hospital in 2014, the Abington Patient Safety Award in 2017, and the Leadership of the Year Award from 2017 to 2018 from the National Association of Professional Women. In order to stay up to date in her field, she maintains a professional membership with the American Nurses Association, Black Nurses Association, and National Association of Professional Women. On a more personal note, Shireeta became a nurse because of her brother, who has autism and also a rare skin disease. In addition to this, there was so little her parents could do back in the day to help him and she wanted to make a difference. She feels she was led to be a nurse. She attributes her success to her compassion, she is kind to her patients and always puts them first and everything else is secondary.