Who is Nurse Erin?
Nurse Erin has spent her life fighting to serve and protect the freedoms of everyday Americans. At just 17-years old, she joined the United States Army and was deployed to Iraq when the battle began in early 2003. After returning home, she turned her focus, drive, and dedication to defending our most deeply-held values on American soil as a soldier and a nurse.
Erin volunteered at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to serve on the frontlines yet again and traveled to New York from her home state of Florida in early April 2020. She was assigned to New York's Elmhurst Hospital pegged as, “The Epicenter of the Epicenter” where freezer trucks filled with bodies were publicly broadcasted worldwide.
What Erin witnessed was much different than what was being shared with the public by the mainstream media. What she was experiencing horrified her and despite risking her nursing career, Erin decided to go undercover to document what was happening behind locked hospital doors. No one else was willing to speak up, so she knew it was up to her to expose what was happening in order to save lives.
On June 9th, 2020, she released her undercover footage to the world in a documentary published by ‘Perspectives of the Pandemic’ and her life forever changed. She continues to advocate for patients and their families and speaks around the country to educate and inspire bravery.
Nurse Erin's fight is a fight for freedom, a patient’s right to choose, a return to ethics, a promise for complete transparency, and respect for the truth. Never again will patients be abandoned, dehumanized, or disposed of.
In 2021, Erin partnered with two other like-minded U.S. Army combat veteran healthcare providers and together they opened the doors of America’s Clinic and welcomed their first patients in January of this year. Nurse Erin hopes that America's Clinic will mold the future of healthcare for generations to come.
To learn more about what Nurse Erin witnessed, she wrote about it in her book, Undercover Epicenter Nurse, which reveals how gross negligence, insurance fraud, medical malpractice, and good old-fashioned greed are killing everyday Americans at Elmhurst and beyond.