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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 Anesthesia, CRNA, White Male 911

February 29, 2012


I am one of many Americans profoundly affected by the events of 9/11. My own response to this tragedy was to launch upon an intense re-evaluation of my priorities, moral, economic, personal, at the deepest or most intense level, concerning what could make my life the most worth living. By the Fall of 2001, I had already been serving for three years as the President and CEO of First XXXX Inc., in Kingwood, Texas, where I had distinguished myself among my colleagues in real estate sales and property management. By 2004, however, I had finally found the fortitude to give priority to my desire to work in health care and I resigned from this position at an enormous financial loss.

I earned by BSN from XXXX University, in Houston in May 2005, graduating Summa Cum Laude in the top ten percent of my class. Following my graduation, I completed 70 credit hours of nursing prerequisites with an honors GPA of 3.94 in the XXXX College District, also in Houston. I stopped working in health care two years ago to concentrate full time on my studies. I feel strongly, however, that my very strong, two years of work experience may be the most important part of my application. Until the spring of 2005, I had the privilege of serving for nearly a year doing rotation in the Neurological, Cardiovascular, and Medical Critical Care unit at XXXX Hospital in Houston. Prior to that, beginning in the Fall of 2003, I was also able to garner invaluable professional experience with Houston's Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, XXXX Clinic, (Mental Health rotation), XXXX Community Medical Center, TX (Women's Services), Texas XXXX Hospital in Houston (Pediatric Surgery) and XXXX Hospital (Cardiovascular and Orthopedic Surgery).Perhaps my motivation to nursing has been something like a calling to the priesthood for others, insofar that what is sought is spiritual fulfillment through service to others. It was as a spiritual quest that I had fantasies about working in the health care sector ever since I was a child. I was driven to real estate for less than noble reasons; well, everyone likes money, of course. But for me, making money has come to take a back seat to my own profound personal need to expend my energy on behalf of others in a more selfless fashion. I am grateful to the tragedy of 9/11 in that it served to wake me up to the realities of human suffering and my own need to work to alleviate that suffering.

By the spring of 2002, I was back in school. My best friend was a nurse and this served to peak my interest in a career as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. Until this spoke with a local hospital CRNA about what the position entailed. I am attracted to the fact that the CRNA fashion. I am grateful to the tragedy of 9/11 in that it served to wake me up to the realities of human suffering position requires the highest skill level and also has the highest level of autonomy. I see this as commensurate and my own need to work to alleviate that suffering. By the spring of 2002, I was back in school. My best friend with my extremely high level of dedication and determination. I even made it clear to my instructors in nursing was a nurse and this served to peak my interest in a career as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist. Until this school that I was dedicated to the pursuit of a CRNA position. My OB/GYN instructor was kind enough to allow me to follow the head CRNA at XXXX Hospital during my rotation for a total of four days. This greatly me to follow the head CRNA at XXXX Hospital during my rotation for a total of four days. This greatly solidified my resolve to become a CRNA. I have also worked as a student instructor for classes in Anatomy and Physiology while attaining my nursing prerequisites and have had the opportunity to serve as a Professional Student Nurse Extern in the critical care department of MD XXXX Hospital as part of my nursing undergraduate program. I look forward to becoming a successful CRNA and some day teaching and mentoring future practitioners in this area. I would feel especially proud in the future to represent the University of XXXX as a member of its alumni. I want to thank you for consideration of my application.

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