With more than a decade of professional expertise, Ramona Perez Korba Wilson, RN, is a trauma nurse, pediatric registered nurse, and case manager with MRJ Medical Inc. in Plantation, Florida. She has held the roles of pediatric nurse and case manager with the company since 2014 and became a trauma nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit in 2016. Ms. Wilson has particular experience in pediatric medicine, life support, home health care, wound care, and IV nursing. At MRJ Medical Inc., her work involves following guidelines, handling materials and certifications properly, and minimizing mistakes while managing approximately 200 employees, ensuring they fulfill their duties. Prior to her current positions, she gained valuable experience as a nursing administrator, nursing director, intensive care unit nurse, and pediatric life support nurse.
In preparation for her career, Ms. Wilson attended Broward College and graduated with an associate degree in nursing. Developing invaluable skills and knowledge, she became a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in 1989 and then a registered nurse (RN) in 1995. Additionally, she is a certified core unit nurse, an intravenous (IV) nurse, and a clinical specialist. Alongside her primary roles, Ms. Wilson served as a critical care RN with the American Red Cross from 1990 to 2016. She has also contributed to fundraisers and charities benefiting health care and community organizations such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Miami Family Friendly Hands.
For her professional accomplishments, Ms. Wilson has been the recipient of numerous accolades. She was featured in the Marquis Millennium Magazine and recognized as one of the best nurses in Florida. Additionally, she received the Marquis Who’s Who Humanitarian Award and has been named a Marquis Who’s Who Top Professional, a Marquis Who’s Who Top Executive, and a Marquis Who’s Who Top Nurse for her many achievements and dedication as an RN, LPN, IV nurse and more.
Ms. Wilson’s success, she believes, comes from her consistency, persistence, dedication to doing what she loves, and her willingness and ability to help others. She became interested in home health care after working in the spinal cord unit, where she saw people admitted to the hospital with broken necks and other devastating injuries, driving her to find a way to continue helping them. In the future, Ms. Wilson hopes to establish an organization to empower parents of children with disabilities to pursue higher education, start businesses, and integrate into their communities. In her personal time, Ms. Wilson enjoys dancing with her husband and working out at the gym.