Portland, Oregon: Nurse Practioner Provides for City’s Children & Needs Your Support

     Fellow Portlander, Registered Nurse, and blogger Peggy McDaniel posted this on my Facebook Wall yesterday:

Make a difference and help out Dr. Janie. Copy and paste this as your profile status. Help underprivileged kids get critical medical care by voting for Rose City Pediatrics Pepsi Refresh grant. Vote today and every day through the end of the May. http://www.refresheverything.com/healthcareforunderinsuredkids

 

Pepsi is giving away millions each month to fund refreshing ideas that change the world. The ideas with the most votes will receive grants, so vote for your favorites. Do you have an idea that needs support? Learn how Pepsi can help.
The American Journal of Nursing has posted it nationally on their blog Off the Charts.
So, click on the Pepsi Refresh link above, and vote for Dr. Janie’s (a pediatric Nurse Practitioner) project providing health care to Portland’s uninsured children.
Peggy also sent a link to this article from the Portland Tribune,  providing more information about the project. Please join me in supporting it with your vote.

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