Posted by Michael A. Darden Jr., RN – Registered Nurse on Saturday, September 21, 2019
Category Archives: Miami Valley Hospital
Michael A. Darden Jr., RN
Michael A. Darden Jr., RN, is a well-versed registered nurse who attends to patients at Premier Health Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, OH. “Miami Valley Hospital (MVH) is passionate about providing the most recent medical advances and latest technology to residents of southwest Ohio—meeting the region’s medical needs today and into the future”, states the official website of Miami Valley Hospital. Michael A. Darden Jr. RN has an impressive professional journey that spans five years. His areas of expertise cover medical/surgical nursing and intensive care. Throughout his years in nursing, Michael trained student nurses CC rotation at Kindred Hospital Dayton and student nurses from Cedarville on the Trauma Stepdown Unit. He was also nominated for the Daisy Award and recognized as Novice of the Year at Kindred Hospital. For more information about Michael A. Darden Jr., RN, please visit https://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4143488/info/.
My Press Release: Michael A. Darden Jr. RN
Get to know Registered Nurse Michael A. Darden, who serves patients in Dayton, Ohio.
Michael is a registered nurse (RN) who is currently serving patient at Miami Valley Hospital, located in Dayton, Ohio. Miami Valley Hospital is passionate about providing the most recent medical advances and the latest technology to residents of southwest Ohio – meeting the region’s medical needs today and into the future. Since its founding more than a century ago, the Hospital has remained dedicated to its vision of building a healthier community.
My Professional Profile
Michael A. Darden Jr., RN, attended Sinclair Community College in Dayton, OH, and received his nursing degree in 2015. Her credentials include her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing received at George Mason University School of Nursing (2005). He is certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Basic Life Support. “When I was in high school and unsure of my future career choice, I took an aptitude test which showed a 97% likelihood that I should go into and would succeed in the medical field. It was not wrong either because I don’t see myself doing anything else. The reason I chose nursing over other healthcare careers is the hands-on work and time spent caring and helping patients. Also is the multitude of directions I can go with my nursing career”, states Michael about why he chose a career in nursing. For more information about Michael A. Darden Jr., RN, please visit https://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4143488/info/.