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Sunday, May 3, 2009

Plan to honor your nurses

Activities directors, other healthcare professionals and caregivers,
as many of you know, May 6 to May 12 is National Nurses Week. This is a time to honor your nurseas whether you work with or employ them.

We at Hunt Nursing and Rehabilitation Center honor our nurses not only this week but throughout the year.

I promised many of you a posting about why nurses should be honored

We at Hunt Nursing and Rehabilitation Center honor our nurses not only this week but throughout the year.

I promised many of you a posting about why nurses should be honored.

Nurses, Lifting Spirits, Touching Lives

You care. You tend the sick, you observe, record, assess, instruct. You listen. You supervise, plan schedules, assign duties. You watch. You’re quick in emergencies, compassionate with suffering, expert with complicated procedures. You respond. Your experience is more varied than we can list on this page, your presence more valuable than any job description can quantify. You’re a helper, a healer, a friend. And to us at Hunt, you are at the very heart of our commitment to resident -centered care.

Thank You!

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