Nineteen Johns Hopkins Bayview nurses marched in the 76th Annual Dundalk Heritage Parade on July 3, 2010. “It was heartwarming and humbling to see the residents of our community stand and cheer for us as we walked by,” says Blanka McClammer, MS, MA, RN. “Most often, we see our patients at their worst — when they are experiencing pain, anxiety, and stress. It was nice seeing them out in the community enjoying themselves and expressing thanks for the services we provide every day.”
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