Nursing at RHC
This is a place like no other. At Reston Hospital Center, nurses have the freedom to practice as far as your professional ambitions drive you. We understand that priorities change at different stages of life. You may be building your career. You may be raising your family. You may be balancing both. You want an employer that understands what you want, and helps you achieve those goals.
That's what you'll find at Reston Hospital Center.
We invite you to explore our website and learn why you belong here.
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You Belong Here
Cindy Glover, RN, Vice President
and Chief Nursing Officer.
If you’re a nurse, or just thinking about becoming one, think about Reston Hospital Center
By Cindy Glover, R.N.
Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer
Reston Hospital Center
You walk into the room like so many others. A figure is curled up on the hospital bed. She hears your step, turns, and meets your gaze. At that moment you recognize who she really is — a mother, a wife, a sister, a child. Today, you will make a difference in her life. You are her nurse.
We all recognize that old cliché – “making a difference.” Many of us almost cringe when we hear those words. But the truth is, nursing is about making a difference.
When I think about the rewards of nursing, I remember being at the bedside of an elderly patient. I could almost see that this person shared a full life with generations of loved ones. I think that that was the draw - that was the nurturing piece of nursing. You make such a mark in people's lives.
In my career, I have most enjoyed meeting the multitude of personalities. Couple that with the medical issues, and nursing is fascinating. It is exciting!