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National Nurses Week

Thank your favorite nurse during Nurses Week 2016!
11 May

There is no arguing nurses are a crucial part of the healthcare system and this week is dedicated to them.  This year National Nurses Week is May 5-12, a week to celebrate, honor and thank the special nurses in our lives.

Hospitals and doctor offices often spend the week hosting breakfasts and lunches in their nurse’s honor and gifting their employees with chachkies and trinkets like mugs, key chains, pens and tote bags.

Celebrate National Nurses Week!
04 May

You don’t have to be a nurse to know that it is a hard career. Just observing nursing professionals in action, you know that they spend an average of 12 hours on their feet daily, deal with a range of personalities and emotions of patients and their families, and at times make life-and-death decisions for patients.

Florence Nightingale
08 May

Born May 12, 1820 to a wealthy British family, Florence Nightingale is credited as being the founder of modern nursing.  At a very early age she cared for the ill and poor in her community and decided at age 16 she would pursue nursing as her calling. 

National Nurses Week - Celebrating nurses of today and yesterday
06 May

Every day patients and their families are touched and saved by the more than three million nurses across the nation. Though nurses don’t take on this selfless profession for the recognition, it is nice to hear a thank you every now and then.

In honor of National Nurses week, we wish to extend the utmost gratitude to all nurses on behalf of the An Apple A Day team and the Fashion Seal Healthcare® brand.

03 Apr

National Nurses Week is celebrated annually from May 6, also known as National Nurses Day, through May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. Recognize all of your nursing staff and/or colleagues for bringing quality healthcare to your facility on a daily basis.

Here are my top 10 ideas to recognize your staff and/or colleagues during National Nurses Week:

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