Title: Registered Nurse
Company: Carilion Clinic
Location: Roanoke, Virginia, United States
Jamie Page, Registered Nurse at Carilion Clinic, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in neuroscience nursing.
Mr. Page’s interest in medicine was sparked by his uncle, a brain surgeon, and his family’s experiences following his sister’s treatment for a brain tumor. Raised in a religious commune, he sought a career path that would allow him to help others and decided to pursue nursing after early career experiences as a healthcare aide for persons with disabilities. A gifted student, Mr. Page made the honor roll and was presented with a Certificate of Merit for his outstanding academic performance at Pitt Community College, where he completed an Associate of Applied Science in nursing in 2009. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Chamberlain School of Nursing, graduating cum laude in 2014, and holds advanced credentials in stroke response and treatment, advanced cardiac life support, and charge nurse training. Mr. Page is board-certified by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing and is licensed to practice in Virginia, Washington, and Indiana.
Since 2017, Mr. Page has been with the Carilion Clinic at Roanoke Memorial Hospital, following five years of practice in critical care and neuroscience intensive care settings in Washington and Indiana. In recognition of his dedication to continuing education and pursuing the highest level of patient care, Mr. Page has been presented with a Certificate of Commitment on Insight, Skills, and Dedication, a Roadrunner Award for Excellence as a part of the Code Stroke Team, and a 2018 Daisy Award nomination. He is involved in community service and volunteer outreach efforts for a diverse range of causes, including the American Heart Association, community-supported agriculture and farmer’s markets, and mission trips with Church Communities International and the Bellevue Christian Church. He attributes his success to hard work and dedication. He counsels others considering careers in nursing to learn from setbacks, be patient with the process, and find a balance between detail-orientation and a big-picture focus.
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