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Georgia Nursing Entrepreneurs, Nurse-Owned Businesses,
Dorothy Lowry, RN, Wild Women Sewing Consortium

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The following form contents were entered on February 18th, 2004

Your Name: Dorothy Lowry, RN

Your Business Name (if applicable): Wild Women Sewing Consortium

Business Organization Type: Sole Proprietorship

Please describe your business: Wild Women specializes in providing nurse entrepreneurs custom logo and/or personal embroidery at value prices with no minimum quantity purchase. Wear that professional touch without selling the kids to afford it! Give your clients personalized embroidered items as thank-you's or promotional gifts!

Street Address: 14 Kris Dr.

City: Rome

State: Georgia (GA)

Zip Code: 30161


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What type of business or categories under which you would like to be listed : Gifts For Nurses, Accessories, Custom Embroidery, Logo items, Legal Nurse Consultants, Medical Legal Consultants, Nurse Paralegals

Contact person(s): Dorothy Lowry, RN

In what date (month/year) did you start your business?: 10/03

What kind of nursing do you do?: I've been an RN for, gulp, 13+ years. I've practiced all over the country and recently started working as an independent LNC. Last year I was in a serious car accident that has really hindered my clinical practice. Based on an off-hand comment and the realization that Nurse Entrepreneurs are often growing their business on a wing and a prayer I turned my hobby, embroidery, into a business geared to meet the needs of independent nurse entrepreneurs.

How did you hear about the Nurse Entrepreneur Homesite?: Andrew Lopez

How many years have you been practicing as a nurse: 13 and counting

Professional organizations you belong to: AALNC (

What made you decide to start your own business?: I started my LNC business after being contacted by a defense attorney regarding a physician I worked for. He was being sued for malpractice. After reviewing the chart I notified the attorney of several glaring discrepancies between the documentation and the patient's claims. The physician beat the malpractice suit and the attorney said, "you should be an LNC" and I said, "A WHAT?" and the rest is history.

I started my custom embroidery business because God was good enough to match my talent and my need to find something constructive to do after my accident with my knowlege that a lot of nurse entrepreneurs want nice, professional items but can't afford huge orders and big fees. Win win!! Yea God!

Employment changes in career?: My husband's in the Army so, hmm...6 so far

What specific qualities and traits do you feel make nurses especially qualified to operate a business? Nurses are great at both attention to detail and getting the big picture. In healthcare they take care of the little things that make a difference while assessing the global concerns of their patient to maximize outcomes. Now, if those qualities don't scream "Outstanding Business Potential" I don't know what-all!

Where do you work?: I practice nursing as an independent Legal Nurse Consultant

Your most pressing concerns with the profession and healthcare: You want me to pick MOST pressing? OY!

I am concerned that nurses are expected to maintain rolls of personal and professional integrity and leadership, be aggressive patient advocates, maintain and practice a high level of clinical expertise, complete complex, multitudinous tasks of documentation, meet ever-growing requirements for risk management and privacy and still be low man on the totem-pole in terms of professional prestige, broad-based respect and monetary renumeration.


What gets cut when a hospital's in a financial crunch? Nursing, both in staffing numbers and pay. Auto workers who strike for more money have other unions walk out on sympathy strikes. Nurses who strike for patient safety (and God forbid fair pay) are vilified. Patients are admitted to hospitals for one reason: To receive nursing care. Without nursing, hospitals are just very large, very expensive outpatient clinics. And don't even get me started in healthcare because the internet is just not that big!!!!

Other areas of interest and expertise: OK: Legal Nurse Consulting, Custom embroidery, L&D, medical mission work (anyone wanna go to Honduras?) pastoral nursing



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