2022 HBCU Careers Magazine
Opportunities for a Lifetime
Duke Health nurses are dedicated to transforming patient care and raising the standards of nursing excellence. Every day, our nurses go above and beyond the call of duty to deliver extraordinary care to patients. As a Duke Nurse, they have all the advantages of working in a health system with Magnet® recognition, world-class facilities and innovative technologies. And, they benet from living and working in an area that embraces and celebrates diversity. Our leaders guide staff in providing patient-centered and evidence-based care and are involved in mentoring the next generation of health care leaders. Many of Duke Health’s exceptional nurses attended HBCUs; three are featured below:
Be part of excellence. Be a Duke Nurse.
Gloria A. McNeil, DNP, MBA, MA, RN, NEA-BC, NE-BC, CENP Title: Associate Chief Nursing Officer
Priscilla Ramseur, DNP, RN, CNOR, NEA-BC Title: Chief Nursing & Patient Care Services Officer Entity: Duke Raleigh Hospital North Carolina Central University Priscilla’s learned from a recruiter about Duke’s “New to the OR Program,” and she wanted to work for a health system that offered such opportunities. After a tour of the facility and introduction to the OperatingRoomDirector andAdministrator, she knew that it was the right place for her. Because Duke Health provides numerous opportunities for both career progression and personal growth, Priscilla has served in a variety of roles, from a clinical nurse in the OR, to a manager and leader in the organization, and now as a health system executive. “Duke offers opportunities for whatever you’re looking for - there truly is an opportunity for everyone.” ~Priscilla Ramseur
Frank DeMarco, MSN, RN Title: Associate Chief Nursing Officer Ambulatory and Emergency Services Entity: Duke University Hospital Winston-Salem State University Frank wanted to relocate from New York and wanted to work at the best, so when he chose North Carolina, he knew about the reputation and prestige of Duke University Hospital. Even though he interviewed at other hospitals, he knew Duke was the best, and he has never looked back. From a professional perspective, both he and the health system are always striving to be the best. Duke Health leaders mentored Frank and encouraged him to advance his education, allowing him to grow clinically and professionally as a nurse. They invested a lot of time in him, and the loyalty at Duke is second to none. “I bleed Duke Blue. I know I am part of something bigger here. It’s not about me, but about Duke Health as a team. There is a sense of loyalty that is second to none.” ~Frank DeMarco
Entity: Duke Regional Hospital North Carolina Central University
Gloria began her nursing career at Durham Regional Hospital in 1979; the facility became part of Duke in 1998. As part of the collaborative team at Duke Regional Hospital, Gloria has access to all that the health system has to offer, including continuing education, research and leadership development opportunities. She has returned to school three times, earning two master’s degrees and a doctorate. With strong ties to North Carolina Central University, where she mentors nursing students and is a guest lecturer, Gloria was invited to be the speaker for the pinning ceremony for the guaduating class of 2016. “We truly believe in and follow our mission – it can be seen daily in how we treat our patients and how we treat our staff.” ~Gloria McNeil
Learn more and apply online at www.Dukenursing.org, or call a Duke recruiter at 888.358.2383
U.S. News &World Report Duke University Hospital (#1), Duke Raleigh Hospital (#13) and Duke Regional Hospital (#13) are proud to have been selected as top hospitals in North Carolina by U.S. News &World Report (2017).
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