When nurses make aliya

‘Israel was asking people who are highly licensed and very skilled to give up their source of employment just to prepare to take an exam. Who could do that?’

By BY RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
January 26, 2017 14:27
Aliya

Dr. Caryn Andrews. (photo credit: CARYN ANDREWS)

Before making aliya to Jerusalem in 2011, Dr. Caryn Andrews treated 400 patients a month in an outpatient oncology center and another 100 patients a month in a part-time family medicine practice.

When she got to Israel, she wasn’t even legally allowed to take a patient’s blood pressure.

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