Sue Runsvold, RN, MSN has been an RN at Valley Medical Center for 17 years. Her experience includes everything from caring for moms and babies to working in a Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU). Sue particularly enjoyed the contribution she was able to make while working in the MICU. Both patients and families need a person at their side that can guide them artfully during an emotional and challenging time in their life and help them understand what is occurring and how their needs can best be met. Sue received her Master’s of Science in Nursing in a field close to her heart, gerontology. Because of her education in this field, Sue is adept at understanding and addressing life’s challenges as life changes. Sue has an affinity for older clients and enjoys helping them arrive at life decisions that are congruent and meaningful in terms of their life values and experiences. Sue also founded and directs a children’s charity, TurningWheels For Kids. Again she finds herself involved with a vulnerable population and enjoys helping the children served find a little happiness and joy through bike riding.