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Eleanor Hurley, RN



Eleanor became part of May Institute’s nursing team in Brockton in 2008. She first worked as a licensed practical nurse (LPN), and then went on to become a registered nurse (RN). In 2011, she became the Director of Nursing Services for the May Center School for Brain Injury and Related Disorders.

Every day, students ask for Eleanor when they come into the office. She listens to what they say, and always offers a kind word. Eleanor talks to her students as she provides care, explaining what she is doing and why. She always makes them a part of their care and teaches them about their medical treatment. Eleanor is able to put her students at ease when they are sick or hurt. They trust and respect her, and truly like her. Eleanor attends events at the school, and is always on hand to cheer her students on and praise their accomplishments.

Her co-workers describe Eleanor as a consummate professional who has great medical knowledge and nursing skills. Extremely hard-working and dedicated, Eleanor is always on the go and working diligently to keep the nursing office running smoothly. She is a kind and caring person, a person to look up to, a person who makes a difference.

“Nurses are the heart of healthcare and make a difference every day in the lives they touch.”* That describes Eleanor Hurley, and we salute her during Nurses’ Week 2015!

(*Quote from Donna Wilk Carillo)
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