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Meghan Scanlon ’19 BSN, RN

Meghan Scanlon '19 BSN, RN

Staff Nurse, Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY

April 20, 2020

During this difficult time, I find myself counting my blessings. Throughout all this uncertainty and fear, there’s always one blessing that I never forget to count...that I am a Villanova Nurse. Villanova Nurses are resilient, smart, resourceful, and even when we are stretched to our limits, we do not forget that our profession is grounded in care and compassion. We use our gifts and knowledge to ignite change and set hearts on fire. When the nation and world turn to us for help, the Nova Nation answers the call. I am proud to be a Villanova Nurse, and I am proud of all of the past, present, and future Villanova Nurses who are doing everything they can to get us through this time. Together we will not only overcome this pandemic, but conquer it, heads held high and V’s for Villanova stretched to the sky. 

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