Maybe nursing is in her blood, or maybe she just knew from a young age what she wanted to be. Regardless of the reason, Connie Higdon said she can’t see herself being anything other than a nurse.
And after spending 37 years of her 38-year career working in labor and delivery, she can’t imagine working anywhere else, either.
“Seeing a newborn baby, every delivery is just like the first one. It’s just a miracle,” Higdon said.