Travel nurse Kathleen Johnson treats all of her patients like family. She joined the nursing field because she loves people.
Author - Kathleen Stone
Kathleen Stone is a writer for RNnetwork from Salt Lake City, Utah. In her spare time, she loves going to the desert, trying new foods and being with family.
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