Miracle Williams, RN
My first job was as a LPN at EAMC-Lanier Nursing Home. I absolutely loved being a geriatric nurse and I loved taking care of the elderly. Not only was it a blessing to take care of them, but it was a bigger blessing to glean from their wisdom.
Since I graduated from RN school, I have had the opportunity to work in MedSurg, ICU, Drug Detox, and Rehab at EAMC-Lanier. I gained an enormous amount of experience and have had the privilege to work with some of the most intelligent and compassionate professionals that I have ever encountered. I have been blessed to work for a great company in an amazing community that invested into my education and helped shape and mold me as a leader.
In November 2017, I worked my last full-time day at EAMC-Lanier and then I joined the Chattahoochee Hospice Team full-time as the Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement Nurse. Chattahoochee Hospice is a non-profit organization that provides care to patients that have been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Our goal is to provide comfort and support to our patients at the end of their life. So many times, people ask me how I do it, how do I take care of people that I know are dying. My answer is simple, “this is a part of nursing that I have been called to do.” For me there is no “in between”, either you love it, or you don’t. I have to say that I love hospice. It is a bittersweet job, but there is no feeling greater than being able to meet, become a part of, and to care for families during what may be one of the most difficult times in their life. There is no greater fulfillment than to be able to introduce a patient to Jesus Christ before the end of their life.
Chambers County is small in size but is filled with an overwhelming amount of qualified healthcare providers that provide quality and compassionate care to patients. Chambers County has had a huge impact on my life, and I am very grateful to have such an amazing place to fulfill my purpose.
– Miracle Williams, RN, LPN