5 Questions: A Quick Interview with Katie Duke of NY

5 Questions: A Quick Interview with Katie Duke of NY Med Ever wondered how it’s like to work in New York, or to have cameras following you around on the floor? Who better to answer this question than Katie Duke, ER nurse and one of the stars of the TV show NY Med. With her sharp wit and trademark “deal with it” attitude, she’s definitely a nurse you’d want in your unit.


We asked Katie these 5 questions and here are her answers:

  1. What is the best thing and worst thing about working as a nurse in New York City?
    Best thing: The New Yorkers who are ethnically diverse, worldly traveled, intriguing, inspirational, and just hilarious. Secondly, the camaraderie between first responders, FDNY, and NYPD. It’s a family bond that’s unbreakable.

    Worst thing: Having to walk through 3 feet of snow, or a torrential downpour to get on one bus that will take you to your first train, then transfer to your second, and then walk another 2 avenues and 3 blocks to get to work.

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