Title: Registered Nurse & Primary Caregiver
Company: VA Hospital
Location: Erie, Pennsylvania, United States
Eveleen Stewart Watson, RN, BSN, Registered Nurse, Primary Caregiver at VA Hospital, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurses for dedication, achievements, and leadership in health care.
A registered nurse with expertise in home health care and over 40 years of professional experience, Mrs. Watson has thrived as a primary caregiver at the Erie VA Medical Center since 2021. Previously, she excelled as a registered nurse with several healthcare organizations and served in home health care for 12 years as a registered nurse and charge nurse. She began her health care career at Utilization Review, where she worked for 20 Years. Additionally, she currently maintains a notary public practice in Pittsburgh.
To build upon her knowledge and prepare for advancement in her field, Mrs. Watson earned an associate degree in nursing from Labouré College Of Healthcare and subsequently obtained a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Carlow University. To further broaden her competency, she completed coursework toward a master’s degree. Committed to succeed in the healthcare industry, she achieved certification as a registered nurse. She is a veteran of the United States Army Reserve, retiring with the rank of captain after eight years of honorable service.
Mrs. Watson has been a passionate leader in her fields, serving on the board of directors at numerous organizations, including Shriners Hospitals For Children in Erie, Pennsylvania, and the Wordsmith Institute in Pittsburgh. She additionally has been a member of the Tuberculosis Committee within the Department of Health in Erie and the Erie County Diabetes Association. Moreover, she graciously worked as a volunteer nurse with The Salvation Army’s Homeless Program.
Mrs. Watson has been rewarded with a Certificate of Recognition from both The Salvation Army and City Mission for the dedication she has shown for her patients over the course of her career. In the coming years, Mrs. Watson intends to complete her master’s degree and become an advanced practice nurse.
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