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Teresa C. Dent, RN

Teresa C. Dent, RN

Lives in Bowie, Maryland United States ·
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Nursing Title
Registered Nurse
Current Nursing Specialization
Certified Nurse Behavioral Health
Work Name (Hospital, Practice, Clinic, etc...)
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Hospital Affiliation
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
What Do You Attribute Your Success To?
She enlisted in the Navy out of high school. She professes that the structure of the military is what motivated her. She got her CNA-LPN when she joined the Navy in 1993. She met another nurse, who was her mentor, and a Captain in the Navy, Andrea Petrovanie-Green, who pushed and motivated Teresa to get her RN. Andrea told Teresa how talented and dedicated she was, and convinced her to become a registered nurse.
University - Associate's
Excelsior College
Associate's Degree In
ASN
Grad Date - Associate's Degree
2000
University - Bachelor's
Washington Adventist University
Bachelor's Degree In
BSN
Grad Date - Bachelor's Degree
2004
University - Master's
Washington Adventist University
Master's Degree In
MSN
Grad Date - Master's Degree
2013
1 - Professional Society Membership
American Association of Critical-Care Nurses
More About Me

Teresa C. Dent, RN is a registered nurse currently serving patients at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland. Teresa’s nursing career began in 2000 when she earned her associate’s degree from Excelsior College followed by her bachelor’s degree in 2004 and master’s degree in 2013 from Washington Adventist University. In order to stay up to date in her field, she maintains a professional membership with the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. After high school, Teresa enlisted in the Navy and believes that the structure of the military is what motivated her; she earned her CAN-LPN degree when she joined in 1993. While in the Navy, she met another nurse, Andrea Petrovanie-Green who was her mentor as well as a captain in the Navy. Andrea told Teresa how talented she was and convinced her to become a registered nurse.