LUBBOCK — Robert Lozoya recently started a shift as the nurse manager for Carillon, Lubbock’s largest seniors’ residence, at 7 a.m.
For the next 12 hours, he sorted through his duties, taking over for nurses who didn’t show up for work. He made sure patients didn’t choke on their lunch, treated injuries, and fielded a myriad of calls to doctors, families, and pharmacies.
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