I always sought to help others who were injured or in need of my assistance at a very young age. I became inclined to enter the field of medicine during my high school years. At the time, my counselor enrolled me into the two-year dental assistant program. This program contributed to the discovery of my passion to help others. During the two years, I learned how to make dental models, mount and develop x-ray films, take impressions, follow dental procedures, and most importantly employ my knowledge as an allied healthcare professional.
My dental assistant teacher referred me to physicians and dentists who helped me to expand my hands-on experience. I advanced my education by attending the Institute of Health Education and acquired my X-Ray license. Upon receiving my X-Ray license, I attended the Certified Dental Assistant program to increase my knowledge of oral hygiene techniques and preventive healthcare methods.
The dental field became a transition to enter the nursing field after a trip to Peru. My aunt, an Obstetrician /Gynecologist, found out that I had an interest in providing healthcare to patients and she recommended that I shadow her.
Throughout the week, my aunt gave me information concerning the various fields in nursing and its vigorous lifestyle. During that period I noticed that my aunt devoted herself to her patients. Thus, my interest in the medical field and my aunts ambition to achieve wellness for others influenced me to continue the nursing field. I was convinced and I knew that as I was capable, willing, and desiring to fulfill my ambitions to help others. I also realized, that as I fulfilled all the requirements to become a nurse, I would not only deliver proper healthcare in the United States, but also around the world. As we know, mankind is not liberated from diseases, therefore applying my knowledge would help others.
I am a sociable, friendly, and patient person. I am responsible, self-disciplined, and attentive. I recognize