cyra-lea drummond

Cyra-Lea Drummond, BSN, RN

Registered Nurse




Arizona State University


My mission is to educate and inform patients, caregivers, and the public at large about health and wellness.

— Cyra-Lea Drummond, BSN, RN


Cyra-Lea is a healthcare writer with a background in nursing, journalism, and SEO content writing.

As a nurse at KentuckyOne Health (formerly Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare ) in Louisville, KY, Cyra-Lea worked in home health, the cardiac care unit, and phase 2 cardiac rehabilitation.

Cyra-Lea's areas of focus are heart health and cardiac care, children’s health and wellness, parenting, advocacy for patients and their caregivers, maintaining physical and emotional health and well-being, and current issues that impact healthcare providers in their daily practice.


Cyra-Lea was introduced to journalism in middle school and high school. She graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in 2003.

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