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Leading the Way for Nurse Executives

A crowd of nurses standing and sitting around a table looking at papers and smiling
After starting his career in trauma and emergency nursing, Brandon “Kit” Bredimus became a nursing executive in 2013. Now the director of emergency services at Midland Memorial Hospital in Midland, Tex., he has recently been featured as a “Rising Star” in Modern Healthcare and was profiled in his local paper as a “20 under 40” standout community leader. In this episode of the Nursing Notes Live Podcast, we discuss Kit's experience as a nurse executive and the importance of nurses having a seat at the leadership table.

After starting his career in trauma and emergency nursing, Brandon “Kit” Bredimus became a nursing executive in 2013. Now the director of emergency services at Midland Memorial Hospital in Midland, Tex., he has recently been featured as a “Rising Star” in Modern Healthcare and was profiled in his local paper as a “20 under 40” standout community leader. In this episode of the Nursing Notes Live Podcast, we discuss Kit's experience as a nurse executive and the importance of nurses having a seat at the leadership table. 

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