Paging Scrubs. It's not a clinical work; it's a lifestyle magazine and terrific Web site geared to the 3 million RNs in the U.S. The new pub has all the hallmarks of a traditional women'smagazine with less cloying sentimentality and more heart. It pays tribute to a noble profession whose practitioners suffer from chronic overload and nationwide shortages. And it's a reminder thatnurses, like cops, are a subculture that face specific challenges.
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NOVEMBER 15, 2013
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DOMESTIC PROFESSIONAL SERVICE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - HERKIMER FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONERS, PLLC
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