July 6, 2017

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Registered Nurse, Katherine Greene Davis, BSN, RN, Featured in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare

The International Nurses Association is pleased to welcome Katherine Greene Davis, BSN, RN, to their prestigious organization with her upcoming publication in the Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. Katherine Greene Davis is a Registered Nurse currently serving patients within Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Now in her fourth year in nursing, she is a specialist in adult emergency medicine, HIV, and infectious disease.

Katherine’s career in medicine began in 2013 when she graduated with her Associate Degree in Nursing from Baltimore City Community College in Maryland. An advocate for continuing education, two years later she gained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Kaplan University. Katherine holds additional certifications in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and is also certified in Transgender Patient Care.

To keep up to date with the latest advances and developments in nursing, Katherine maintains a professional membership with the American Nurses Association and the Maryland Nurses Association. She attributes her success to the supportive environment she has found at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and when she is not working, Katherine enjoys traveling, hiking, and bird watching.

Learn more about Katherine Greene Davis here: http://inanurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4137240/info/ and be sure to read her upcoming publication in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare.

Direct link:  https://www.prnewschannel.com/2017/07/05/renowned-registered-nurse-katherine-greene-davis-bsn-rn-will-be-featured-in-the-worldwide-leaders-in-healthcare/

SOURCE:  International Association of HealthCare Professionals

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