Candace Darling

Candace Darling

Candace Darling, RN MSN

PCU
Canyon Vista Medical Center
Sierra Vista, Arizona
United States

Nurse is very helpful in everything she does. Takes time to answer any questions. Worked very hard. You need about 10 more like her.
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Candace is non-stop. Goes the extra mile not just for the patient but also all the family members. Works very well with co-members also.
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Watched Candace. Was impressed with how she interacted with everyone, even people walking down the hall. Definitely not standing around looking at her phone! Wonderful lady.
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She is very sweet and kind to anyone she comes in contact with, even other patient family members. Goes the extra mile. I have never seen her sit down. She is on the move. Makes life easy in the hospital for all.
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Happy, smiling, willing, sweet.
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Candace Darling took responsibility for my husband’s care when he first came to the unit. She was helpful in explaining his condition, medications, and therapies. Because of her friendly willing ways we never felt that we were a burden. Having such a relationship allowed us to feel free to ask any and as many questions as we needed. When morphine was first suggested, my husband and I were reluctant because of previous hospital experiences where it did no good. But when Candace explained that in this case it would not just be a painkiller but it would aid by dilating blood in the lungs to help open the airways, we agreed to try and it did help.
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Candace Darling was my nurse when I came to the unit. She explained things so that I felt comfortable in making decisions concerning my medications and therapy. These decisions helped my progress and comfort. Every time Candace worked on the unit and was responsible for my care she exhibited that same “go above and beyond” attitude that aided in my getting well. Candace made the suggestion that perhaps respiratory therapy would be helpful. After every therapy session I was able to breath easier and eventually without the pain in the chest that had brought me to the hospital.
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