May 3, 2022
How often have you come across a male nurse African-American nurse? Not so often, right? Demarcus Stevenson assures me there are plenty around when the National Black Nurses Association hosts a gathering.
Demarcus is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Nursing Practice (D.N.P.), after earning his B.S. in Nursing and M.S. in Nursing and Healthcare Administration. He has over sixteen years as a practicing nurse specializing in Surgery. He currently works as a circulating nurse in the operating room.
Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Demarcus studies and resides in California's Bay Area.
Favorite movie: Love and Basketball.
Favorite words: "The hassle is worth the tassle." His favorite book is Sista Soulja's The Coldest Winter Ever - A Novel.
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