In December of 2018, the idea of BTNS was created by founder Tiffany, while she was in a transitional phase in her life and career.
She constantly battled with the thought that she had to fit in a box by being “just a nurse”. During these challenging times, she envisioned life (what it could be), if she not only continued following her dreams in healthcare but also pursue her passion for art and creativity.
To combine the two, Beyond the Nurses’ Station LLC was created in March of 2020.
Through art and various creative outlets, Tiffany saw BTNS as a way to inspire healthcare warriors to explore other visions and aspirations, beyond the nurses’ station.
Beyond the Nurses’ Station (BTNS) is a female, black owned healthcare lifestyle business that endorses diversity, strength and empowerment.
Our mission is to empower, motivate, and create a homeostatic lifestyle that supports healthcare professionals in and out of scrubs.
BTNS means living life unapologetically outside of the healthcare role.
As a holistic resource, we emphasize with individuals as a whole, advocating for family, friends, career and business goals, wellness, creativity and more HCP being THEMSELVES.
Tiffany also known as @nursetiffanyyy on instagram, has been a nurse for almost 10 years she recently left her career as a cardiovascular intensive care unit nurse to take a year break from nursing. She has various nursing experience from outpatient hemodialysis setting to a long term care facility.
Outside of nursing and science, she enjoys all forms of art, craft, and creativity from digital designs, painting, crocheting, DIYs, drawing, cooking, photography, music, movies, you name it!
Swimming and being near various bodies of water (oceans, pools, cenotes, waterparks, natural springs just to mention a few) is her HAPPY place 🧜🏽♀️ !!!
She is a proud Jamaican that loves her culture, food, music, and most of all her people. She enjoys traveling and experiencing various cultures and traditions (fun fact: she wants to visit at least 10 Caribbean countries).
As a self-care enthusiast, she indulges in various activities that helps her care for her mind, body and soul. This helps her recover and push through the various stressors, burnout and traumas.
Ultimately she wants healthcare professionals to work towards a life where they determine their happiness, freedom and take care of themselves… Beyond the Nurses’ Station.