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Racquel's Story

We are so excited to be able to share RN, Racquel's story. It has been a long wait for Racqual but she will finally be joing the Conexus Family in November. 
 

Hi! I am a Registered Nurse from the Philippines for so many years, and the joy in caring for my patients, and the trust that develops with that relations, makes a difference in someone's life. 

When I was a little girl, my only ultimate ambition was to become a nurse, being aware of how to do first aid for those in need - and I had plenty of first aid toys by then. But growing up I realized that being a nurse is so rewarding. It's when you look in to a patient's eyes, and see the window to their soul. When just a caring touch or word make a connection, and being able to establish a relationship based on trust that lets me guide my patient's to better health. 

I was inspired to be a nurse in the US because this a profession that never stops learning, the opportunity for growth is unlimited, and more specially for the sake of my family's future. I always pray that my children can attain a good and successful future ahead of them. 

 

Good thing I am with Conexus Medstaff, who become a good blessing to me, who remains very supportive, helpful, and always sees the best of me through the years. I am so thankful to them for the warmth, and sincerity they give to their nurses. I will be forever grateful to Sir Thomas, Cynthia, Veronica, Sir Andrew, Liza and Cianne, who I call Conexus 'Family' for giving me the strength and hope that I would be able to work as a nurse in the USA. 

Now I am currently at the deployment stage with Conexus Medstaff, together with my family to start a new life and pursue my nursing career in USA, and I can say that all the trials and sacrifcies has it's own reward. 

Truly, it's worth the wait in God's perfect timing

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