head nurse

  1. the person in charge of nursing in a medical institution
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How To Use head nurse In A Sentence

  • After a few years of faithful service, she rose to head nurse.
  • The head nurse was standing over her with a silver flask of water in one hand and a damp white cloth in the other.
  • I am posted to be working with the local district hospital here in Banyo and my counterpart is the head nurse who is originally from the western part of Cameroon. Post on Wednesday November, 5th
  • Alice, the head nurse, wore her usual grim expression and young Lily stood at the foot of the bed with wide, expectant eyes.
  • Fred disobeys the head nurse, asking the porter to go out and buy him some wine and vermouth, which he hides under his bed.
  • The nursing staff included nurses, nursing assistants, physiotherapists, and head nurses from both day and night shifts.
  • The head nurse was reduced to ordinary nurse due to malpractice.
  • Hollis had made a point of charming the head nurse, a woman who concealed a good heart behind a lofty demeanor. AMAGANSETT
  • The head nurse was reduced to ordinary nurse due to malpractice.
  • Methods degree charts were performed to know about the working capability of head nurse by questionnaire.
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