June 7, 2019

Mayo Clinic nurse Jeanne Rosendale to retire after 45 years in labor and delivery

By Karl Oestreich

La Crosse Tribune
by Emily Pyrek

On June 3, 1974, Jeanne Rosendale clocked in for her first day as a labor and delivery nurse at Mayo Clinic Health System. On Monday, 45 years to the day, she will complete her final shift. At 67, Rosendale is retiring from the job she has held for more than four decades. She has come to be a fixture in the family and delivery department and known hospital wide for her expertise, work ethic and passion for the profession.

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Context: Nurses work to promote health, prevent disease, and help patients with illnesses. When treating a patient, they observe, assess, and record symptoms, reactions, and progress. Nurses work alongside doctors when it comes to treatment plans and exams, administering medications, and monitoring patient recovery. You can learn more about Mayo Clinic nursing careers here.

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