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For as many applicants as possible, I draft the first part of your Statement completely free of charge to promote my service. More than half of these applicants decide to commission me to finish drafting the entire statement. This is how I support myself and my only child Davy Dylan, laying a little something aside for his future. 

drrobertedinger@gmail.com

MSN Nursing Administration, Bilingual Latina

February 29, 2012


I believe that I am a strong candidate for advanced study towards the MSN Degree in Nursing Administration at the University of XXXX. I was born and raised in El Paso and love my community very much, especially my patients. I have no desire to live elsewhere and this is why I have chosen to apply to your specific program. I earned my Associates Degree in Nursing from XXXX College and my Bachelors Degree, also in Nursing, from the University of XXXX. My long term goal is to become a nursing administrator at a home health agency or hospital. I love to learn and advance academically and I would also very much like to someday attain my Ph.D. Degree in Nursing. I am a bilingual native speaker of English and Spanish, the latter being my mother tongue. I am confident that being fully bilingual will continue to prove useful to me professionally, especially since El Paso has a very large Hispanic population.

I am a registered nurse with over 9 years of experience in the health care field. My work experience and education have helped me to develop excellent organizational and communication skills with patients, physicians, and the medical community. I am also quite computer literate. For the last several years, I have been working in the area of home health care and I am currently a Home Health Care Manager. I especially enjoy caring for people in their homes because it is so important to my clients that they are able to maintain this last vestige of independence and remain in familiar surroundings that they love. Thus, I get an enormous sense of satisfaction from helping to enable them to remain at home rather than being institutionalized, a prospect that most of them dread with a passion. I also enjoy very much educating clients and other employees concerning how to best deal with the disease process and disease management. Until the beginning of 2005, I spend a year-and-a-half working at a primary care clinic and before that I spent about the same length of time at a private hospital, following a year at a community hospital. I began working in health care in 1998 at a doctor's office where I spent almost 4 years. I am pleased to have had these experiences in a variety of health care settings because I feel this has helped me to develop a better grasp on the challenges faced by the health care system as a whole, as well as the opportunities and resources that are available. I am an active member of several honor societies, including Tau Sigma, Sigma Alpha Lambda, Phi Theta Kappa, and Sigma Theta Tau (a nursing honor society).

I am the only member of a large family to have earned a university degree. I want to serve as a role model for other family members as well as an example to young single mothers in general, especially Latinas. This is part of the reason why I would like to continue my education on to the Ph.D. level after earning the Master's degree, as well as perhaps some day having the opportunity to teach Nursing. I talk to other Latinas about education (my sisters, nieces, cousins, friends, etc.) but it seems that we (Hispanics) are still lagging behind when it comes to education. As an educated Latina, therefore, I look forward to being able to advocate for our underserved population. As a Mexican woman, I am especially concerned with health issues in Mexico, particularly diabetes, family planning, and infectious diseases and would like very much to someday do doctoral research in this area and to have the opportunity to improve health care education in Mexico. I want to thank you very much for your consideration of my application.

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