17 new graduate nurses begin healthcare career at Oswego Health

Pictured from left, first row are: Amy Pauldine, Ashleigh Searle, Bailey Mannigan, Jenny Pickard and Kim Maitland. Second row: Heather Walters, Melissa Duran, Lilly Liang and McKenzie Bortel. Third row: Alyse Oostdyk, Anna Mulcahey, Brittany Holiday and Erica Coe. Fourth row: Allison Flett, Kaitlyn Gunther, Kirsten Grabow and Cali Rodriguez.

OSWEGO - The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics has forecast a nursing shortage through 2024, with the United States projected to need more than half a million new nurses to replace those who leave the profession. As the largest healthcare system in Oswego County, Oswego Health has taken a proactive role in recruitment with an emphasis on pipeline growth and has successfully recruited 17 new graduate nurses this summer for positions at Oswego Hospital.

Joining Oswego Health’s Medical Surgical Unit to begin their career in healthcare include:

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