Nurse Manager of Spine and Brain & Bone and Joint Center
“Even though other people say I am doing my best, but I think that there are a lot of rooms for improvement and many things to learn.”
There are differences in each patient. Even though the physical appearance and treatment are the same, but mentally different. We believe that our doctors are experts; however, nurses will be in charge of patient’s emotional feelings such as fear or worries to build trust between us and patients.
There are several cases where patients help each other; in which we will let patients share their experiences and cheer up one another.
What Do I Get Being a “Nurse”?
The presents are not money, but they are the kind word from patients. When patients believe in our doctor’s treatment or us from the beginning of the treatment until fully healed and come back to me to say “Thank you I am fully healed” I think that is my happiness that I am able to help my patients.
“Presents are not Salary but they are the Kind Words from Patients.”
- 2003 : Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Police Nursing College, Chulalongkorn University
- 2012 – Present : Nurse Manager of Spine and Brain Center and Nurse Manager of Bone and Joint Center, Phyathai Nawamin International Hospital
- 2016 – Present : Nurse Manager of Diabetes & Vascular Innovation Therapy Center (DVIT), Phyathai Nawamin International Hospital
- 2011 – 2012 : Nurse Manager of Internal Medicine Center, Phyathai Nawamin International Hospital
- 2006 – 2011 : Registered Nurse at Executive Health Screening Center, Phyathai Nawamin International Hospital
- 2004 – 2006 : Registered Nurse at In-Patient Department (IPD)
- 2015 : ICWN for 10 days, Nakhon Pathom Hospital
- 2015 : Mini MBA, Chulalongkorn University
- 1-3 September 2015 : Annual Academic Meeting 2016 Excellent Healthcare Network
- 13-15 September 2016 : Annual Academic Meeting 2016 Excellent Healthcare Network through Research Innovation
- 16 September 2016 : Orthopedic Academic Network