Pictured: Teri Mills and KJ Page
Thank you to the Castro Valley Rotary Club, President Bernie Kempen and past President KJ Page for inviting Teri to speak at their weekly meeting about the National Nurse Act of 2006. A reporter from the Castro Valley Forum wrote these comments:
By the very nature of their activities, Castro Valley Rotarians are used to hosting important guest speakers and supporting a good cause. Their weekly meeting yesterday, organized by the past president KJ Page, featured a speaker with a mission of national significance, Teri Mills, RN, MS, ANP, and a founder of the National Nurse Act of 2006, who was introduced by the CV Rotary president, Bernie Kempen.
The idea, initiated by Mills, was to establish an Office of the National Nurse within the national government, to be led by a registered nurse appointed by the Secretary of the Office of Public Health and Science.
As health care providers, we can do better, said Mills. It is our obligation to teach every American how to prevent diseases.
To read the article in its entirety, visit The Castro Valley Forum
The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Tuesday, August 01, 2006