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❤️Dear Nurse❤️ A reflection from my heart to yours. Have you ever wondered why you care for others with such unconditional love and compassion? Or why you are able to give of yourself without thought, or sometimes rational reason? You my friend, have an undeniable purpose. Here, in this moment, in this time. It is a purpose one...

It is a beautiful thing to have someone who looks like me that speaks life into my dreams and aspirations even if they have the potential to change with the direction of the wind. It is extraordinary to have someone that looks like me that listens and encourages me to spread my wings in whatever...

I have been a proud Registered Nurse since 1995, in that time I have worked with a number of nurses and am thankful for my nurse colleagues. I am eternally grateful for the frontline nurses over the past two years who have dealt with the Covid-19 pandemic. A special thank you to the Nurses at...

I am so thankful for the nurses at Behavioral Health Services, Inc. It is an honor to be a part of your team, and I am inspired by your dedication and hard work. You do this job because you are passionate about caring for people with substance use disorder. Our clients and other staff are...

Stephanie Nault (Steph) is a Registered Nurse and Nurse Educator for a medical/surgical/neurology unit at the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital in Madison, WI (Madison VA). She has worked for this organization, and on this particular unit, for more than 20 years. She has made a significant impact on the veteran population over her...

During the COVID pandemic my daughter was called to duty in a way that only an RN could respond to. Her children were assigned to remote learning and so she designed a home school for 2 of the 3 teens. One of them has special learning needs and multiple complex medical needs that she managed...

Right now without nurses, we would be in chaos. Nurses are the backbone of the whole entire medical field. They work countless hours helping patients taking care of them without a second thought in their minds. They give medication to apply catheters, talk to the patients and etc. I just want nurses to know that...