I’m Debbie Gardner BSN, RN. I am the manager of the Pediatric Medicine, Acute Care, and Epilepsy unit located on the 7th floor of Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
To work in the Pediatric Medicine, Acute Care, and Epilepsy unit, our nurses need to have a good knowledge-base of pediatric care and show a genuine concern and compassion for our patients and their families.
Debbie Gardner BSN, RN
(infants to teenagers)
three 12-bed sub units
Our unit specializes in pediatric medicine, providing care to children with respiratory, endocrine, and neurological diagnoses; gastrointestinal disorders, renal disorders, and any other medical condition (with the exception of hematology/oncology and cardiac patients). Our Pediatric Epilepsy Monitoring subspecialty provides treatment services to pediatric epilepsy patients from Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama and Indiana.
Our patient focus is on helping families and patients through difficult times, providing them with education, and most of all, showing compassion to them.
A typical shift for our nurses includes working with a team of nurses and care partners to care for children of all ages. Our unit is a great place to develop a strong foundation in pediatric nursing.
We pride ourselves on our ability to care for our patients and their families just as we would want to be cared for.
Awards and Recognitions:
|Debbie Gardner, BSN, RN
Brandi Meacham, BSN, RN
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