Nurses don’t care who you voted for, the color of your skin or who you pray to. They care about protecting life and making sure everyone has the opportunity at a great quality of life.
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Over the past few years, you have been our lifeline for public health and safety. Honoringis a privilege. Thank you for keeping us safe.
ThisI thank our nurses for always stepping up. Like the nurses at Macneal Hospital who care for clients seeking protection after experiencing trauma including human trafficking and sexual & gender based violence. Thank you for all you do!
Not all heroes wear capes.
Duringwe'd like to send a special thank you to all of the WNY nurses working hard daily to keep our community healthy and safe. From working on the front lines of the pandemic to the everyday sacrifices made, we are grateful for your service to the community.
To all the nurses out there: thanks for everything you've done in this pandemic. No group of workers has been more stalwart, more selfless, put up with more, gone through more trauma and taken care of people better than nurses.
is a time to thank the nurses in Maryland and across the country who selflessly care for our communities. Continuing to improve healthcare funding and working to address staffing shortages are just some of the ways we can honor these healthcare heroes.
As we close out, I'd like to recognize the nurses here on the Central Coast who dedicate themselves to serving and caring for our community. We are forever grateful.
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As we close out, I want to highlight a nurse who has dedicated her career to helping women in .
Parvaneh knew from the age of 14 that she wanted to become a women's health provider and has served our communities for nearly 23 years.
She worked at theFamily Health Center for 2 years, Planned Parenthood for 14.5 years, and is currently at the Angeles Community Health Center.
Thank you for your compassion, dedication & selfless work to keep our communities safe and healthy!
It’sand it’s the perfect opportunity to thank all of the dedicated nurses who serve on the frontline of our nation’s health care system. The work they do every day is essential to providing patients the care they need. We can never thank them enough!