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Incarnato was skeptical when his mom, a nurse for more than 30 years, suggested a career in health care. But after a six-month course to become a certified nursing assistant, Incarnato discovered caregiving instincts he didn't realize he had. Working at a skilled nursing facility, Incarnato found the physicality of the job, plus the relationships he formed with patients, deeply rewarding. He went back to school to become a registered nurse, and hopes more men follow suit. "Once you're the person in the room talking to the patient, seeing the ramifications of the choices you make, I don't see how anyone can not be pulled into it," said Incarnato, 31, a nurse in the neurological trauma intensive care unit at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Nurse Chauncey Incarnato, 31, is photographed May 26, 2017, at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Incarnato, a former college football player, is part of a small but growing contingent of men in health care jobs traditionally dominated by women. He works in the neurological trauma intensive care unit at the hospital. Nurse Chauncey Incarnato, 31, is photographed May 26, 2017, at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Incarnato, a former college football player, is part of a small but growing contingent of men in health care jobs traditionally dominated by women.
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