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Tracy Adams, RN

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Tracy Adams, RN, is a clinical coordinator for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St. Elizabeth Hospital. Tracy earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and started her career in the NICU a St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Milwaukee in 2002. Since then, she has moved to the NICU at St. Elizabeth Hospital and enjoys providing care to premature babies and their families.

What are some of your hobbies outside of work?

I enjoy reading, scuba diving and running when I am not playing with my kids.

What is your favorite thing about your job?

I love making changes for the betterment of both the patients and the staff in the NICU.

Where did you grow up/where is your family from?

I grew up in the small town of Nekoosa, Wisconsin. I stayed there until I left for college at UW-Stevens Point. Later on I transferred to UW-Eau Claire's nursing program through Marshfield Hospital, and I did my schooling, clinical, and work all within the hospital for the duration of my degree.

What's the hottest trend in your industry?

A hot trend, specifically at St. Elizabeth Hospital’s NICU, is the introduction of two new protocols – inhaled nitric oxide and therapeutic hypothermia. These new protocols help us deliver the best care to our patients.

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