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This nurse treated patients in COVID-19 units before leaving the industry after 13 years. Now, she runs a law firm helping nurses start their own companies

3 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Irnise F. Williams, Esq. Irnise F. Williams, Esq.
Attorney and registered nurse Irnise Williams is helping other nurses leave the bedside and start their own companies.
"There are so many ways that we can serve our community outside of the hospital," Williams said.
The pandemic worsened problems that nurses say they've been facing for years, leading many to leave the profession .
Irnise Williams is an attorney with her own law firm. She's also a registered nurse who was on the frontlines in New York City in March 2020, treating some of the country's first COVID-19 patients. Williams said...
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