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Published On 4/7/2023
RN tackles the High Seas
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Nurses Before Us

Published On 5/30/2024
Sandra worked tirelessly to overcome racial barriers and advocate for local nurses' rights and career advancement. Her efforts ensured that nursing positions were advertised and accessible to Bermudians, a significant step toward equality in the profession.
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In 1927, Jane Robinson etched her name in history as the fourth midwife licensed to practice in Bermuda, embarking on a remarkable journey of delivering hundreds of babies in the surrounding locales of Devonshire and Happy Valley. Her dedication knew no bounds, as noted in a report by the Bermuda Recorder, where it was revealed that she remained on call ceaselessly, attending to the needs of the entire parish of Devonshire and its surrounding areas, day and night. A significant chapter of her legacy unfolded within the confines of Zuill’s Range, which was part of the North Devonshire Apartments, commonly referred to as 'The Incubator.' This name arose from the dense living quarters housing twelve tenants and witnessing a multitude of childbirths within its walls. Jane Robinson's story not only chronicles her tireless commitment but also resonates with the essence of community and resilience in the face of challenging circumstances.
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