Kent State Geauga Campus BSN Program Graduate to Serve as Nurse in New York City Hospital to Help Combat COVID-19
Kent State University Geauga Campus Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program 2018 graduate Bailey Hill has been selected by The Cleveland Clinic as a nurse who will spend the next four weeks at New York Presbyterian Hospital—an area in the COVID hot zone with a shortage of nurses.
BSN Prof. Kerry Myers shares, “Bailey is a detail-oriented practitioner and always has the patients’ needs first in her mind.” Prof. Melissa Owen, BSN Program Coordinator, adds, “I asked Bailey to speak at her commencement because she is a leader, not in the outgoing sense of the word, but a leader in the sense that she was always there for her cohort in the two years they were in clinical together.”
Bailey says that her mother, Holly, is the “best nurse that I know.” Clearly, Bailey is following in her mom’s footsteps as she embarks on this journey.
Bailey leaves for New York Presbyterian on April 15. The Geauga Campus and Twinsburg Academic Center support you and thank you, Bailey.