Shani Beecham Death – Well-known Emergency Room Registered Nurse Shani Beecham of Atlanta Georgia has sadly passed away. She died on Tuesday 25th April 2023 leaving family, friends and colleagues devastated. The news of her death was known through a post that says “My dearly beloved niece Shani Michelle died on Tuesday night. My family are in shock and are devastated”. The specific cause of her death has not been known at this time.
Shani Beecham Education
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and work as a registered nurse in an emergency room. After working for nearly a year at Emory University Hospital, she started taking on travel assignments at different trauma clinics around the country. Her present duty takes her to a pediatric emergency room that is designated as a Level 2 Trauma Center. Before she became a nurse, she worked as a Patient Care Tech at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite for a total of four years.
Prior to that, she worked as an Emergency Department Technician from January 2020 until October 2020. She received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Georgia, where she also completed her undergraduate studies. During her time there, she was active with a number of student organizations, including the UGA HEROs for Kids program, the American Medical Student Association, and the Sigma Delta Tau Eta Chapter.
Shani Beecham Career
She was the Team Leader for Sigma Delta Tau in the UGA HEROs program in addition to serving as a Sub-Committee Head for the Child Relations Team. In addition, she volunteered her time to assist Advantage Behavioral Health Systems through Friends of Advantage, a charitable organization with tax-exempt status that is situated in Georgia. At the Swan Center for Plastic Surgery in Alpharetta, Georgia, she got the opportunity to observe plastic surgeons over the summers of 2012 and 2013.
During the time that she spent studying abroad in a pre-medical program at the Tel Aviv University International School (September 2013–December 2013), she volunteered with the organization known as Magen David Adom, which is an emergency medical services organization.
Shani Beecham’s obituary will be released by the family
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