Shout Out to Nurses
We are continually thankful and appreciative of the amazing Nurses and Healthcare workers who show up for work every day, no matter how bad the COVID-19 situation is. Your collaboration, as well as your individual and collective efforts to reshape your system’s operations and functions in response to COVID-19, is amazing. You are making a difference to so many people and their families. Where would they be without You?
In an effort to say Thank You, we will highlight your contributions and efforts across the country as you meet the current challenge.
We invite you to share a message of support for your colleagues and friends.
I would like to say
I would like to say thanks for all of your dedication during this dangerous Time. You have my prayers and I wish that I could be there to support you. I am a retired nurse, but still work part time in the home.
Edna Green RN
THanks for all that you
THanks for all that you do
Above and Beyond That’s what you’ve
Above and Beyond
That’s what you’ve done during the COVID-19 crisis. You’ve gone above and beyond.
Working incredibly hard amid a pandemic, you have helped keep our people, our patients, our community and our world safe.
All the while, showing care and concern for your patients and your colleagues in these emotionally trying times.
We appreciate and recognize your amazing efforts. And we are grateful to have such an extraordinary medical community.
Our legacy is yours.
Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington
As a fellow nurse, I
As a fellow nurse, I hold the heart of gratitude, respect, and appreciation for each and every nurse all over the world who compassionately and diligently facilitate healing and wellness to each person we interact with. Whether it be by an encouraging word or by thoughtful deed, nurses individually pour out the marrow of wholeness and health to whomever in need, thus making our work the crux of healthcare delivery within today’s society. We are taught to nurture the young, support the weak, and empower the lost by creatively channeling our God-given time, talents, and abilities into everyday lives. For this, you all are golden, as not everyone is fit for the calling of a nurse. I say thank you, and hope that with our restless efforts and unwavering courage, we continue to change the world, one act of kindness and care at a time. God Bless and Keep You!!! Happy Nurse Week!!
I can not say enough
I can not say enough to all the health care workers and the Great Job they have all done during this trying time. I am a health care worker as well and on the front line everyday. I do appreciate all that we do and the Thanks from everyone. It does mean a lot and helps me to push on through my day. Thanks to all the wonderful Nurses everywhere, my hat goes off to you. God Bless everyone.
To my friends Michele Chapman
To my friends Michele Chapman and Wendy Davis, who graduated last December and started as new RN’s in the ED and Med-Surg, you’ve got this! That was our slogan in school. Take care of yourself first before you give of your lovely hearts. And to my graduating class of April 2020 at Goodwin University, we had a supremely unceremonious end of our schooling journey, but congrats nonetheless. I hope to see you out in the field, and would be honored to work with any one of you💗
Words can not express the
Words can not express the admiration, gratitude and respect for Nurses of all levels in all areas that I have. Prior to the pandemic, WE were essential, front-line and backbones of the healthcare systems. A daily celebration takes place as I congratulate my colleagues as we move from Nurses Week to 2020 Nurses Year. As we recognize the hard working, dedicated individuals who combat day to day issues related to health and wellness, I am proud to be included and proud to say as a Nurse…I may not be able to do everything, but I can do something and the impact is phenomenal! Stay safe and may God Bless us All.
I commend all of the
I commend all of the nurses who worked so hard during this pandemic . You are greatly appreciated by all your peers. We, even if we had to stay home were praying for you and hoped that the PPE that you needed so desperately was found. PPE is always a problem and this pandemic showed it to the world.
You were kept in my prayers daily and I really hope that helped to keep you all safe .
I am amazed by the
I am amazed by the scenes I see on the news as you all go to work much as soldiers go to war–a war you didn’t sign up for but there you are every day! You each deserve a purple heart as they give to military heroes because you go knowing you may become ill or die and yet you go. I have never been prouder of you all!
God’s blessings upon all the
God’s blessings upon all the current and future nurses and other healthcare professionals and first responders. Thank you for all that you do in these time and all times.
As a retired nurse I
As a retired nurse I am so very proud of all that you are doing at this very dangerous time. It is frustrating for me to not be able to help at this time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Thank you for being there.
I am so very proud
I am so very proud of the nurses at Suburban Hospital (a Member of Johns Hopkins Medicine) here in Bethesda, MD. You are the very definition of excellence make us the amazing Magnet Hospital we are.
Thanks from Charlene to the
Thanks from Charlene to the Lifebridge Health family. I would like to thank all the Essential Worker, that have been given there all to make sure we are all safe. I also give KUDOS to the restaurants for providing meals for the staff as well. It is very stressful and difficult to maintain your composure at times. So I Salute You All On Your Bravery!!!
I can’t put into words
I can’t put into words the gratitude I feel for those who work in our hospitals! Everything you do is the embodiment of selflessness and love. Our world would be a different place without you! Because of the amazing impact that nurses and doctors have, I have decided to become a nurse myself!!
Thank you all so much for your service! It is truly inspiring.
Nurses dispense comfort, compassion and
Nurses dispense comfort, compassion and caring without even a prescription. It’s never too late to be what you might have been. It is not how much we do but how much love we put into what we do.
Words cannot begin to express
Words cannot begin to express the appreciation to all healthcare workers providing that frontline and support care to all our patients and families. I hope you all know prayers are being said for each of you.
NURSES ROCK! Thank you to
NURSES ROCK! Thank you to all the healthcare workers on the frontlines!
As a patient who had
As a patient who had major surgery 3 years ago, I can attest to the incredible skill, care and knowledge of the Nurses who took care of me. They assured me everything would be fine and it was.
Thank you for the selfless work you do every day, especially during this stressful pandemic. You Are Amazing!
My Auntie Sherri is a
My Auntie Sherri is a Labor and Delivery Registered Nurse who I give so much credit to! Even though she’s tired and stressed after working long shifts, she knows she is needed and continues to persist and push through. This goes for all Nurses who are fighting on the frontlines, thank you for pushing through and continuing to save lives and fight to end COVID-19! You don’t get enough credit for all the hard work you do!
I recently delivered my first
I recently delivered my first child in the middle of this pandemic at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. I cannot express how grateful I am for the amazing nurse team I had. Every nurse on every shift was incredible. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
I have had chronic health
I have had chronic health issues, so I have had exposure to a lot of nurses. In fact, in full disclosure, I am a nurse myself. I can honestly say, in every exchange I have had, the nurses have been nothing short of amazing. During this COVID crisis, we are really seeing how special each nurse can be. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Sheila Fox, RN – Portland, OR.