As part of the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” celebration, the American Nurses Association will expand National Nurses Week, traditionally celebrated from May 6 to May 12 each year, to a month-long celebration in May to expand opportunities to elevate and celebrate nursing.
To all the nurses out there some of whom I am friends with I salute you for your service to the world. When my dad was sick I saw really how important they are. A hospital or physicians practice doesn’t run without them. Thank you for all you do to keep our communities well and healthy. In this time of COVID-19 thanks for your bravery.
National Doctors’ Day is a day celebrated to recognize the contributions of physicians to individual lives and communities.
This is so important now because of the Covid-19/Coronavirus situation. I would also extend this to other healthcare workers and first responders who are going above and beyond the call of duty. You are all super heroes this and everyday. Thank you all the healers everywhere around the world.
Over the past 16 days we have witnessed the professionalism and hard work of so many outstanding health care professionals at Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga. Nurses, CNA’s, Med Tech’s and other related caregivers have done a great job of taking care of my dad. They provide hands-on healing and care for so many people who are sick. I am grateful for them getting my dad back home. Nursing and related fields is hard work but it’s a calling and for those who do it they are worthy of their noble title and deserve to be rewarded in so many ways. Nurses do indeed rock!