Title: Registered Nurse
Company: Crescent Medical Center Lancaster
Location: Grand Prairie, Texas, United States
Robert A. Holman, Registered Nurse at Crescent Medical Center Lancaster, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in health care.
Since 2015, Mr. Holman has found success as a registered nurse with the Crescent Medical Center Lancaster. In this post, he is a charge nurse who takes care of various clinical cases, including handling patients with abdominal pain and respiratory problems. His areas of expertise are emergency room work, intensive care unit nursing, and cardiology. Mr. Holman served for 23 years as an intensive care unit nurse, and for his accomplishments in the field, he was featured in Who’s Who in Nursing.
In preparation for his career, Mr. Holman attended Panama City Community College in Florida, earning an Associate of Science in Nursing. He attributes his success to God for his career, in which he finds fulfillment by helping others. He became involved in his career after initially pursuing construction professionally, which exhausted him. Following the example of his brother, who attended nursing school for two years, Mr. Holman pursued his higher education and transitioned to working as a professional nurse. In addition to his nursing credentials, he is a licensed pilot.
Mr. Holman dedicates his time and resources to many civic and charitable endeavors and his primary professional pursuits. He has donated to KCBI Radio, Disabled American Veterans, the North Texas Food Bank Consumer Reports, Network for Good, KERA Radio, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He has additionally contributed to the Wood Plain Bible Translators.
In recognition of his accomplishments and dedication to charity, Mr. Holman received the Marquis Who’s Who Humanitarian Award. Throughout his career, he has drawn inspiration from the medical professionals and support staff around him. He has seen the health care field change to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, and believes the most important job nurses have is to educate patients on the dangers to their health. In the coming years, Mr. Holman hopes to transition into a well-deserved retirement.
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