Registered Nurse at Loyola University Medical Center
Hailey Rothstein ’19 is a transplant nurse at Loyola University Medical Center, taking care of patients both before and after their organ transplants. Most of the patients she works with are in need of kidney, liver, and pancreas transplants.
Ms. Rothstein was awarded the Future Nursing Leader Award from the Wisconsin Nurses Association, which was presented to her at the 2019 Pinning Ceremony. This award is only given to five students statewide.
Ms. Rothstein credits the Nursing Program for helping her become the person and nurse she is today.
“The Nursing Program faculty at Carthage was instrumental in my success. Without all of their help, I would not be the person or nurse I am today.”
What have you enjoyed most about your career?
“Joining a nurse residency program at a teaching hospital makes me very excited to be able to learn new things every day, and gain and maintain confidence every time I learn something new!”
How did Carthage prepare you?
“Having a liberal arts education helped me focus on more than just the nursing aspect of my career. I have been able to dive into my art, religion, and cultural education as well. I feel that these are also important concepts to include in my everyday work life.”