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Saturday July 11, 2020

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Joshua Shek spend 10 years serving his country as a combat medic in the U.S. Army. Now, he’s serving the people of East Tennessee as a registered nurse. He  completed his associate of nursing degree in May and is now working at an East Tennessee hospital. 
Like other new nurses across the state, Shek hasn’t taken the state licensure exam. That has been delayed to the testing sites being closed to avoid the spread of Covid-19. In the meantime, students can work under the guidance of registered nurse.

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