Nurse Ratcher is an original series that highlights the stories of nurses who have been the face of the profession for many years.
Each episode features a different nurse from New York City and the United States, with each episode also featuring a personal anecdote.
The nurse featured in the Nurse Ratchers episode is a woman named Andrea Mennella, who was once an assistant at a private practice in New York.
At the time, Andrea was a nurse in private practice and had previously worked as an assistant in the Emergency Department of a private hospital.
She worked there for three years, and after working there for less than a year, she returned to her former home in New Jersey to begin her career as a nurse.
During the episode, Andrea reveals how she was forced to change her career path because of a serious injury she sustained while working as a nursing assistant at the private practice.
After her accident, Andrea left the practice, which caused her to lose her job and put her out of work.
After returning to her hometown, Andrea went on to earn her first professional license, and then she began to take care of the elderly, as well as the mentally ill.
Andrea continued to work in nursing practice for the next 10 years, earning her the Nurse Award for her services to the community.
During her time in nursing, Andrea helped numerous patients recover from life-threatening injuries.
She also helped the families of deceased patients and their families to gain some measure of closure.
In her story, Andrea describes how she started her nursing career when she was just 17 years old.
In her early years, she worked in a nursing home in an assisted living facility, but then her mother passed away.
Andrea’s father, who is a retired New York State Department of Health official, was working at the hospital.
In order to be able to care for her mother, Andrea’s mother had to be transferred to the assisted living center.
Andrea was transferred to this facility, and during her time there, she had to take on additional duties, such as attending to the elderly.
She was also responsible for keeping an eye on the patients that were being cared for there, as they were getting sick and dying.
She was eventually transferred to an assisted-living facility, where she would spend most of her time.
She would also spend time at the nursing home, as the staff was very strict about how many hours they were allowed to give patients.
Eventually, she was transferred back to her mother’s home and eventually, she would go on to work at the assisted-life facility for the rest of her life.
While working in nursing care, Andrea also became involved in a very personal relationship with a man named Tom.
Tom was a very successful businessman, and was often seen working in his office, and in one case, he was seen working at his office while taking care of a patient who had been shot and killed.
After she became involved with Tom, she started working as his assistant.
Andrea worked as his nurse assistant, and she became his nurse in his nursing home.
As time went on, Andrea continued working at Tom’s nursing home and as his patient assistant.
Eventually she was promoted to his nurse, and Tom was promoted as the new CEO of his company.
When the time came to take over, Andrea became the CEO, and he became the new chairman of the board.
She took over from Tom and oversaw the company’s growth, and as she became the chief executive, she also became the nurse in Tom’s home.
Andrea quickly became a very well-respected member of the nursing community.
In the Nurse Awards episode, we get a glimpse of what it was like for Andrea as a first-time nurse.
She describes how her first day on the job was challenging and scary.
She explained how the first nurse to arrive at the home would be her patient assistant, who would immediately be on the floor and would be responsible for helping to care on behalf of the patient.
At that time, she says, it was a difficult time for the patients.
She recalls being the only woman in the office, in a room with a number of men, and having to work to keep the room calm and orderly.
After about 30 minutes, she realized that there was a woman on the other side of the door.
Andrea told the nurse that she needed to take her over and help her nurse.
The nurse immediately began to put on her scrubs and began to perform her duties.
She then told Andrea that she had a patient on the phone, and the patient was coming to the emergency room.
Andrea had to quickly make the patient wait until she was able to leave the office.
After the patient left the hospital, she began her job at the new facility, which was still a private nursing home where she was now taking care on her own behalf.
She described the first day in the facility as