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Q-and-A with Nicki Burns, RN, BSN

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Nicki Burns, RN, BSN

Nicki Burns, RN, BSN

What's the best thing about working at Seattle Children’s?

The people who work here are all very passionate about what they do and providing the best patient care possible.

What do you like most about the work you do in the Transplant Center?

I enjoy being a consistent caregiver for our transplant families and providing them with support throughout the entire pre- and post-transplant process.

What makes Children’s Transplant Center unique?

Being a regional medical center, we have access to many different services. Many of our transplant patients have complex medical problems that require multiple services.

What made you want to come to Children’s?

Knowing that it was a well-established, reputable hospital that provided pediatric care to the Northwest region.

What do people say when they find out you work here?

Everyone seems to know someone whose child has received great care from Children’s.

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