Womack Hospital, the best experience in my nursing career.
LPN (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – September 7, 2017
My time as an LPN at Womack was short but rewarding. It was the one experience that I needed to add to my nursing career. My Head Nurse was an active duty Lt. C. very stern, but very fair. I my coworkers were fun and easy going, but the hardest workers I ever had the pleasure to associate with. We helped each other when possible and everyone was aware of the safety or our children. This was later made easy by the installation of more efficient security/alarm systems. I learned to deal with the little babies and their families. The hardest part of my job was rotating to the Neonatal Unit, where some babies were incubated. I had a hard time being objective, seeing my own children in every case. I soon learned to deal with these situations and became more efficient and dependable in this part of my duties. The best part of my job was spending time with the infants in the ward. I became every one's grandmother. my husband and I were traveling, or I would have stayed working at Womack until retirement.