Wendy Bryant, RN, BSN
Oxford Who’s Who has inducted Wendy Bryant, RN, BSN, into the highest Professional Distinction, “Top Tier of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Recognition,” due to her outstanding contributions, achievements and expertise. Wendy Bryant is a Registered Nurse with 11 years of experience in her field and an extensive expertise in all facets of nursing, especially medical/surgical nursing. Wendy is currently the Charge Nurse within Navarro Regional Hospital in Corsicana, Texas. Wendy Bryant is one of the few special honorees inducted into the highest professional distinction based on her accomplishments, years of service, credentials, the instinctive ability to keep exceeding exceptional goals and objectives and just continuously propels towards success. Wendy Bryant exemplifies high standards of professional performance with expert capabilities as well as proven and documented results. Oxford Who’s Who proudly endorses Wendy Bryant, RN, BSN and all her future endeavors for she is truly an Iconic Force.
Wendy Bryant attended the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas, graduating with her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing in 2005. An advocate for continuing education, Wendy is currently pursuing her Master of Science Degree in Nursing with a Family Nurse Practitioner concentration at Kaplan University. She holds additional certifications in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Basic Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and is also EKG and Telemetry Certified. To keep up to date with the latest advances and developments in nursing, Wendy maintains a professional membership with the American Nurses Association. Throughout her career, Wendy has worked in many areas of the nursing field, including pediatrics, geriatrics, home health care, and in hospital settings. She attributes her success to her mother, who has always been a strong influence in her life. Wendy is also very passionate about comprehensive diabetes care. Wendy is involved with the, Inpatient Diabetes Work Group. The group's mission is to assess current inpatient glycemic levels throughout the THR entities, set new goals and implement/refine protocols. When she is not assisting her patients, Wendy enjoys running marathons. Wendy has stated, “I am a staff/charge nurse for a local hospital on their medical/surgical unit, due to being such a rural facility we take care of adults and pediatrics alike. I am currently pursuing my Master of Science in Nursing focusing on my Family Nurse Practitioner. I have worked in pediatrics, geriatrics, in hospitals, home health and hospitals. I chose be a nurse when I was 14 and my mother became very ill. Her colon ruptured and she nearly died. She had emergency surgery that saved her life and left her with a colostomy. I spent a lot of time at the hospital with her and I got see how the nurses made a difference for her. By the time she was able to have a reversal I had decided that I wanted to be just like the people who took care of my mom and that was when I decided to be a nurse. My mother has always been a strong influence in my life, she has always worked hard, and after her illness when I was young she went back to living life as she always had, with a quiet faith and great strength. Just this last year I moved to live closer to her because I have two small sons I want to learn from her what I did. I am a registered nurse with a passion for taking care of others and helping them to independently take care of their health to the best of their personal ability.”