SANDUSKY, Ohio, May 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Frances M. Vuletich, R.N., B.S.N., M.S.A., is
Vuletich serves as a Registered Nurse at the Good Shepherd Home, which specializes in Expert Long Term Nursing.
According to its website, the Good Shepherd Home invites residents to "discover the joys of living in a welcoming community where neighbors can share good food, good conversation, hearty laughter and Christian fellowship." It prides itself on serving as a "continuing care retirement community, with a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere," where "people greet [you] by name and offer friendship freely."
The website continues to state that, "Good Shepherd's concern for [your] well-being extends beyond basic physical requirements. Staff members get to know [you] well, caring about [you] and for [you]."
In addition to her work with the Good Shepherd Home and her practice of nursing, Vuletich is an instructor for the Central Ohio Technical College Network.
Vuletich earned her Registered Nurse designation, as well as a Bachelor of Nursing Science degree from Franklin University and a Master of Science degree in Administration from Central Michigan in 1997. To further her professional development, she is a member of the American Nurses Association and the Ohio Nurses Association.
When not working, Vuletich enjoys listening to music, reading and spending time with her family, including her two children. She dedicates this recognition to the loving memory of her mother, Helen M. Grubel, who was a great role model and strong believer in her abilities; and to her husband.
For more information, visit http://goodshepherdhome.com.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, [email protected]
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