Raulerson Hospital nurse uses Heimlich Maneuver on coworker

Posted 7/1/21

Raulerson Hospital staff not only cares for patients, but also each other.

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Raulerson Hospital nurse uses Heimlich Maneuver on coworker

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OKEECHOBEE - Raulerson Hospital staff not only cares for patients, but also each other.

Earlier this week one of the Raulerson nurses was simply enjoying her lunch when suddenly a bite became lodged in her throat leaving her unable to breath. Without missing a beat another nurse, Barb Criss pictured here in the middle, jumped in to perform the Heimlich Maneuver and saved her life!

The Raulerson Hospital team applauds Barb's outstanding performance and display of initiative. We are thankful for Barb, and all the amazing staff we have here at Raulerson Hospital who truly care like family.

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