A patient presenting with possible viral meningitis symptoms complained about a headache as graduate nurse practitioner students asked questions, took vital signs and got her medical history.
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Adelphi's own healthcare heroes in the war against an invisible enemy work at Northwell Health, NYU Langone Health, St. Francis Hospital and other healthcare institutions in such areas as neurosurgical medicine, cardiothoracic surgery and emergency medicine.
Countless stories in the media over the past year have described the nurses on the front lines as wartime nurses. Like Florence Nightingale treating soldiers during the Crimean War in the 19th century and subsequent Florence Nightingales who did so during World War I, World War II and other major 20th-century conflicts, today's front-line healthcare heroes are facing warlike challenges just as dangerous, but against an unseen enemy.