At Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, we are celebrating the tremendous care our nurses provide for children and families and their professional accomplishments as a part of our Nurses’ Week celebrations.

We are recognizing our nurses for their demonstration of excellence, quality and innovation in all they do. As chief nursing officer, I’m so proud of what it means to be a nurse at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Every day, they give their all to provide the best care for kids. To our nurses, I thank you!

I invite you to watch the video above to learn why our nurses love working here. Enjoy!

Nancy Korom, MSN, RN, NEA-BC– Nancy Korom, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, vice president and chief nursing officer, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin is designated a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.


Nurses share why they love working at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin — 1 Comment

  1. My family keeps relocating within US. We have an experience of many Hospitals, Yale, New York Maria Fareri Children Hospital, Seattle Children Hospital and then finally Children’s at Milwaukee. I can say confidentally that the nurses at Children’s are truly the best i have ever come across through. I just love the nurses in the ICU, their commitment, the way they mingle with child patient that patient takes them as family. They reduces the stress of staying in ICU. I would also like to give thanks to the nursing Staff at Herma Heart Center specially Kathryn Tillman and Andrea Bobke. They treat the kids like their own. The commitment and hard work they put each day is truly appreciable.