CLNC Success Story: Networking with Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Helped RN Quit Full-Time Job at the Hospital

CLNC® Success Story: Networking with Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Helped RN Quit Full-Time Job at the Hospital

Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Christina Krager, RN, BSN, CCRN, TNCC, NREMT-B, EMT-P, CLNC is thrilled that her legal nurse consulting business has expanded to replace her full-time RN job at the hospital. She credits networking and subcontracting with other CLNC consultants for her success.

Christina received one of her biggest cases from the NACLNC® Directory. She also networks and subcontracts with CLNC consultants she meets at the National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants conferences.

Hiring CLNC subcontractors in different specialties leverages their time, energy, talents and efforts allowing you to consult on unlimited numbers and types of medical-related cases for attorneys.

Networking through the NACLNC Conferences, the NACLNC Directory and your CLNC Alliance all provide prime opportunities to grow your legal nurse consulting business beyond you and your personal expertise.

Congratulations Christina for recognizing the importance of networking and subcontracting.

P.S. Comment here to congratulate Christina on her CLNC networking success and to share your specialty with your CLNC peers who need subcontractors for their legal nurse consulting cases.

P.P.S. Read more CLNC Success Stories and send your CLNC Success Story to mail@LegalNurse.com.

7 thoughts on “CLNC® Success Story: Networking with Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Helped RN Quit Full-Time Job at the Hospital

  1. Congratulations on your success! I’m an RN of almost 10 years specializing in labor and delivery, postpartum, and newborn care. I’d love to work with you!

  2. Christina,

    Thanks for sharing your experience. I am encouraged with every CLNC® Success Story I read and listen to. I will someday be among the success stories.

  3. Congratulations on your success!!!! Nice to hear how subcontracting and networking can make a difference. I have 20 years of nursing experience, specializing in oncology, infusion therapy and pediatrics. Please call if you need my services.

  4. Congratulations, Christina. I am interested in subcontracting. My background is critical care/trauma nursing if interested in help with any cases.

  5. Hi Christina!
    Congrats on moving your business forward. I too enjoy networking with the great nurses from Vickie Milazzo Institute. I wish you much more success in the future!

    Regards,
    Sheila Colton, RNC-OB, C-EFM, BSN, CLNC

  6. Congrats, Christina! I can relate to creating an alliance with fellow CLNC® consultants through NACLNC® conferences. It is wonderful to have a group of smart and talented Certified Legal Nurse Consultants with various specialties with the click of mouse. My main specialty is pediatrics, pediatric ICU, level II NICU and neonatal care. My previous experience is ambulatory surgery center- pre, peri and post-op, workers’ comp case management, L&D and post-partum care. Wishing you continued success!

    Sarah

    Sarah

  7. Congrats, Christina!!! What a great inspiration you are! I would certainly love the opportunity to learn from you and work with you. I specialize in geriatrics, LTC and have experience in wound care. Keep up the good work!

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