What does TEC in nursing field stand for?

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In the address, 6634 chelsea brg, what does the "brg" stand for.

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I already am a certified nursing assistant who recently got my lpn

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What is a "70 nurse"?

The witness was actually saying "my SECONDARY nurse". As I mentioned, her English was heavily accented. Thanks, all, for attempting to help me out!