Sue is an energetic RN who has a passion for what she does and a heart for who she cares for. As a lactation nurse, you would expect to find Sue on the Post-Partum floor, helping new moms learn to breastfeed, and you will find her there. She will be smiling, energetic, and encouraging. But you will also find her on Pediatrics, starting all over with those same moms when their babies come in with "failure to thrive". She will show no judgment. She will teach and teach and teach. She will listen and she will comfort. If they are exhausted and sick of it and just need permission to quit breastfeeding, she will give that too. I don't think I've ever seen Sue do a lactation consult without touching her patient - mom & baby. Her compassionate touch shows a dedication to her patients. She shows this dedication whether she is on 4S helping a breastfeeding mom who has just undergone surgery, in ER where she is checking on a sick breastfeeding baby, or on 1Med visiting a breastfeeding mom undergoing cancer treatment. She will go ANYWHERE to help ANYONE, and by the time she has spent her time with them, they will feel better whether it is calmed, relieved, excited, or educated. She will have given them a piece of herself and things will be better. She is a passion filled compassionate nurse who always looks out for the well being of mom and baby! She works cohesively with floor nurses, the dietitians, and MDs to find the best well rounded care.