Monday, January 23, 2017

Army nurse set on fire by colleague wants to resume career




In September 2016, First Lieutenant Katie Ann Blanchard, a nurse in the Army serving at Ft. Leavenworth in Kansas, was set on fire and attacked by a colleague. Almost 20 percent of her body was severely burned, including her entire face and ears, and parts of her arm and chest. 

The army sent her to San Antonio to be treated at SAMMC's burn victim unit where she's had countless surgeries and been heavily medicated. She's also been meeting with behavioral health physicians who have been helping her with the PTSD she has experienced since the attack

Blanchard hopes to continue her career in nursing after she recovers more and has been inspired by the nurses she’s met at SAMMC to work with burn victims one day. 


Katie Ann, we salute you!

 Please let us know how we can help you in your recovery and return

 to nursing practice.

We wish you all the best,

Donna Maheady
President of www.ExceptionalNurse.com


http://www.kvue.com/news/health/army-nurse-set-on-fire-by-colleague-speaks-out-about-her-recoverys/389711041

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/kansas-hospital-worker-sets-boss-fire-cuts-scissors-article-1.2788388

https://www.facebook.com/smilesforkatieann/?fref=ts