D A N I E L   T.   K U N D E
Registered Nurse
Bachelors of Science in Nursing
Minor of Psychology

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Profile

    Ambitious and eager

    Resourceful and dedicated to life-long learning

    Proficient at multi-tasking in high pressured, quick-paced environments

    Organized with a strong ability to understand processes thoroughly

 

Path of Nursing

I have worked in healthcare for over 5 years. I started healthcare in high school when I was accepted into The Professional Health Careers Academy; a program that was started to generate interest into the healthcare field by taking high school students and letting them shadow different healthcare professions while taking college courses for credit. I took an immediate interest to nursing and soon after became a Nursing Assistant. I saw a wide variety of patients while working in the float pool and taking nursing pre-requisites through Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo Valley Community College. My love for basketball took me back to the court and into the Nursing Program at Indiana University South Bend. I was able to continue on as a Nurse Technician on the Medical Surgical Floor. Being a full time student, full time athlete and part time employee I was able to succeed on and off the court. My competitive attitude allowed I to push himself in every aspect of my life.  I felt that the holistic approach to healthcare desired an understanding of human psychology and felt it was important to my patients that I have a better understanding of who they are. I graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing and a minor of Psychology on May of 2011. Today I continued my education and apply my talents at Lakeland Hospital in Niles, Michigan. I have been crossed trained into their Chemotherapy Infusion Clinic as well as working on the hospitals Cardiac Telemetry Unit and Medical Surgical Unit.