Not until she was in high school, however, did she find her passion. When she was a sophomore in high school Camacho, a senior nursing student at NAU-Yuma, was diagnosed with Long QT Valve Syndrome 13, a life-threatening genetic heart condition for which there is no cure. It typically presents as sudden cardiac arrest. After a number of unexplained fainting spells when she was… Read more
Out of 26 graduating seniors, two were chosen for the President’s Prize. One being our very own, Adrianna Camacho. Adrianna is a nursing student at NAU-Yuma. For more information on the President’s Prize, Golden Axe, and Distinguished Seniors visit NAU news.
“Chronically ill patients across the nation are getting some help to make sure they receive consistent care in managing pain and other symptoms. To provide clarity about the individual’s wishes, there’s a medical form known as Provider Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment, or POLST. In Arizona, the form and new protocols are termed AzMOST, or Arizona Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment.
“POLST and AzMOST provide continuity of care across settings of care with a… Read more