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Samuel Bennett is a registered nurse who specializes in the fields of addiction, dual diagnosis and psychiatric patient care. He earned his Associate of Science from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, his Bachelor of Science in nursing from Mercy College of Ohio, and is currently pursuing his Doctor of Nursing Practice with a specialty in executive nurse administration and sub-specialty of nurse education from the University of South Alabama.
Samuel is an active-duty veteran of the United States Army Military Police Corps and served at Ft. McClellan, Alabama; Taejon, South Korea; and the Presidio of San Francisco. Samuel has a 28-year old daughter and a 5-year old son, both of whom he adores. Samuel embraces the opportunity to dedicate his career to the service of others. He strives to become fluent in the language of kindness, believes quality care is key and relates his career to his favorite nursing quote: “Sometimes I inspire my patients; most often they inspire me.” -unknown