Already having his B.A. in Political Science from the University of South Florida, Sean went back to school to receive his ASN in Nursing. He completed his nursing program in 2011 from State College of Florida Venice and became a Registered Nurse. Now, he cares for patients in the progressive care unit at the Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg. “The most happiest thing that has ever happened to me would have to be the fact that I became a nurse,” says Sean Ofallon, “I didn’t become a nurse only for the fact that I can make a decent living from this profession but I genuinely love the fact that I help people everyday.”
Not only has Sean Ofallon cared for those in the progressive care nit of Bayfront Medical Center, he has also have had the chance to work with elders and with children with disabilities. During his nursing program, Sean has volunteered at various care homes. As a volunteered he monitored and done rounds caring for the elders. When he wasn’t volunteering at care homes, Sean spent his time volunteering at centers to help children with learning disabilities. There he helped teach them and caring after them.
“Sean Ofallon is the most honest, upfront, hardworking, reliable and hardworking person I know,” explain Ofallon’s long time friend. Sean Ofallon is a registered nurse for the Bayfront Medical Center in St Petersburg. As a part of the progressive care unit, Sean cares for patients whose conditions are less intensive than those who are in the intensive care unit but whose conditions are more serious to be on the regular hospital floor.
The life of a Registered Nurse is a very busy and hectic life. When he does find time for himself, he enjoys hanging out with his friends and his girlfriend. Sean Ofallon seems to have already accomplished many things in his life but he mentions that he’s far from done when it comes to chasing after his dreams and passion. “One day,” Sean Ofallon states, “I wouldn’t mind getting my pilot’s license but in the mean time, I’d love to travel all over the world to places like Europe, Bali or even Thailand.”