Hospice nurse helps patients celebrate life
February 21, 2012
Category: Nursing News
Cindy Lemezis wasn’t sure what she was going to do after she graduated from J.P. Stevens High School in Edison.
By happenstance, the first place that she found a job was at JFK Medical Center in Edison, where she worked as a clerk. She enjoyed working at the hospital and became a nursing assistant. She found she enjoyed that, too, and with encouragement from supervisors, went to Middlesex County College and got her nursing degree.
“Some people are natural caregivers,” Lemezis said. “It’s just in my nature to want to give care. It’s the way I am put together.” Read More