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Sheila (Tickle) Uridil of Eagle, Neb., has accepted the position of trauma program manager at Bryan LGH in Lincoln.
When Uridil graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center nursing school in 1997 with a bachelor of science degree in nursing, she knew she wanted to work in the ever-changing environment of trauma.
She began her career at Lincoln General Hospital that year and has been a Bryan LGH employee ever since.         Ten years of her career were spent in the intensive care unit at West, caring for the most critically injured and ill patients.
Her love for trauma grew as she served as charge nurse and preceptor in the fast-paced environment of the ICU.
In 2007 she joined the trauma service as the trauma nurse care coordinator, assisting physicians and the nurse practitioner in caring for trauma patients.
Uridil is enrolled in a Masters of Science Nursing Program to obtain her adult nurse practitioner degree. She anticipates she will graduate in December 2011.
When the opportunity presented for Uridil to work as interim trauma coordinator, she naturally volunteered to help her team. During this period, she gained a great deal of experience and expanded her knowledge of care for the injured patient and the process that supports that care.
Uridil is the daughter of Galen and Judy Tickle, and the granddaughter of Toby and Clem Hansen and the late Ralph and Helen Tickle, all of Grant.