Maureen Louzan, RN

Maureen Louzan is an amazing nurse who came to the May Center School for Children with Autism and Developmental Disabilities in Randolph in 2011. She started working at the lower campus, and later moved to the upper campus, where she took over as the primary nurse.
She is a dedicated and highly respected nurse who has gentle hands and a very big heart. Compassionate and understanding, Maureen has the ability to listen and express words of comfort while delivering exceptional care.
In addition to her clinical skills, she has the outstanding ability to teach students, families and staff. The staff love working with her, and families adore her. Maureen is never too busy to lend a hand and always puts others’ needs ahead of her own. She is detailed and professional and always willing to go that extra mile.
Maureen is very protective of students’ and families’ confidentiality, dignity, and rights. She is nonjudgmental and culturally sensitive.
“A nurse goes above and beyond the call of duty. The nurse is the first to work and the last to leave. The heart and soul of caring. A unique soul who will pass through your life for a minute and impact it for an eternity. An empowered individual who will put you and yours above theirs.”*
These words define Maureen Louzan, RN. We salute her during Nurses’ Week 2015.
(*Quote from Clara Barton)
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