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Hanna M. Gardner, R.N.
How long at MUSC: Almost 2
What was your first job: I
worked at a screen-printing company in Fairfax, Va.
What is the most rewarding aspect of
your job: We get a lot of newborns, and it’s really hard on
families, because they may not be able to even hold the baby for a
month. You really bond with these families through all of this.
If you could change careers, what would
you be doing: I would be a wedding planner, or a pastry chef and
bake and decorate cakes.
Something you collect: Shoes.
Favorite possession: A quilted
blanket that my mom made me when I was little with pieces of different
dresses that meant a lot to her and many that she made herself.
How do you feel sharing a name with a
tropical storm/hurricane: It’s kind of exciting, actually. I
like seeing my name on TV and everywhere.
What aspect of a hurricane describes
something about you: I’m like a big whirlwind. I like going in
and cleaning up. I do not like the mess hurricanes can leave,though.
What would you do if a major hurricane
was approaching and you did not evacuate: I’d probably be here
in the hospital working, because I’m on Team A. Otherwise, I’d go to
Denver and ski during the whole thing.
Friday, June 20, 2008
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