She plans on keeping the medical card for the child after the adoption is finalized. Her annual income $103,000 total from State of Illinois Wages (Il Dept of Corrections) and Lakeland College (Part-time position). Her current employment is at the Illinois Dept of Corrections in the public service administrator as the health Care Unit Administrator. Her pervious employment for the last 20 years are as follows: 1985-1987, Wood River Township Hospital Nurses Aide- going to Nursing School; 1987-1992, Wood River Township Hospital- Registered Nurse- Intensive Care; 1992-1993, Wood River Township Hospital- Unit Supervisor of Med-Surg Floor; 1993-1996, Wood River Township Hospital- Unit Supervisor of Intensive Care Unit; 1996-1997, Wood River Township Hospital- House Supervisor; 1997-1999, Wood River Township Hospital- Director Of Sub-Acute Services ( Left Wood River at this time due to pending closure of the Hospital); 1991-2001, Maryville Manor- Director of Nursing (left to take a position with Wexford Health Sources); 2001-2004, Wexford Health Sources (Left to take a position with Illinois Dept of Corrections-better pay and benefits). Nona has been married three times.
For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to be an Orthodontist. Since freshman year when I first heard about the senior project, I have always known that I wanted to do mine on job shadowing my Orthodontist, Dr. Chaffee. Mike Chaffee and my mom both went to Texas A&M University, so they have always been close since I first got my braces in the 6th grade. Since then we have always talked about my senior project and how he would help me every step of the way. I want my paper and my job shadowing project to give me an inside look on what it is truly like to be an Orthodontist.
Summary of Facts Our client Jane Lane is requesting counsel regarding a question of deductions for a swimming pool, and the claim of a medical expense to alleviate her of the liability of the cost due to a severe medical condition. Jane suffers from degenerative arthritis, her doctor has recommended that she swim at least one hour a day, but there are no swimming pools near her home. In light of this adverse truth, she spent fifteen thousand dollars to have a pool installed in her backyard, and the expense increased the market value of her home by five thousand dollars. According to the definition of a medical expense in §213 of the Internal Revenue Code, she is entitled to a deduction, because of the following: (1) Jane’s severe degenerative
I am 28 years old, married to my husband Matt, and I have wanted to become a dental hygienist for a few years now. At the age of 18, I started working as an instrument sterilizer at an orthodontist office in 2006. After a few months my employer gave me the opportunity of furthering my career by sending me to the Maryland State Dental Association in Maryland. I took a few classes and gained my radiology and my expanded functions certification. I was trained to take panoramic and cephalometric x-rays.
Im a loving wife to husband, Jason Jarrard and mother to son, Gavin (18) and stepdaughter, Ashleigh (15). I have always loved beautiful smiles and gorgeous teeth. In the fall 2004, I went to Olympia Career Institute to become a dental assistant, finished top of my class. I completed one month internship with Oral Surgeon, Dr Hyland. My professional journey started in June 2004, working with Dr. Ken Beadling D.D.S.
Her answer was that nursing leadership meets every two years to assess the strategic planning by using Strength, Weakness, Objectives, and Threats (SWOT) Analysis. Question two, three and four were about utilization of the strategic plan, her thought, and the strength of the strategic plan. Dr. Massengale took a moment to think, and then she replied, “It is hard to say, but the plan was to find better ways to improve the health while providing excellent care for our veterans, but it would not have been possible without involving all stakeholders in the discussion.” (J. Massengale, personal communication, 2017). She continues to say that the strength of a good succession plan, is to involve the front-line staff as well as the veterans
I am in the Medical Billing and Coding Program. For the past year or so I have been very indecisive on what I wanted to go back to school for. I started off going to school for sports medicine and decided it was just not for me. Every time I would push myself to apply for school I would always back out. My aunt is a coder at the local hospital here.
Camille had to undergo yet another surgery in the summer of 2016, and Quentin was again able to see how different her life would have been without the help of physical therapy. He witnessed her go from not being able to walk, to being on crutches, to finally being able to jog a year later. He explained to me how grateful Camille was for all the help she had received from her physical therapist over the course of this year, and he told me that that was the reason why he wants to become a physical therapist when he grows up.
Module 1 Discussion Nursing was my second professional career choice. Originally, I was going to school for business, but marriage and kids prevent me from finishing my education. Shortly afterwards, I started working in sales, eventually owned a few business along the way, due to the economy I returned to the work force. Although interested in returning to college, I was unsure which field to pursue. It was during a time my mother was in the hospital gravely ill, that made me realized what I wanted do.
In the meantime, while I was working as a certified nurse assistant, I triggered the call bell for assistance, but nobody came to my aide, therefore I decided to change the bed myself, on a fully dependent patient. Shortly thereafter, I realized an excruciating pain in my shoulder, I had torn my rotator cuff. This unfortunate event changed my entire career path, no nursing school for me. Nothing was going to prevent me from progressing my education, I may not have gone to nursing school, but I went back to business school. In this case, I was still trying to guarantee a better future, a better career, and one that I could do without being in constant