WellLife Network Celebrates Our Nurses on National Nursing Day

WellLife Network Salutes its Nurses

"We salute our outstanding WellLife Network nurses who are on the front lines during this COVID-19 pandemic. They are providing the highest level of quality and compassionate care to the people we serve."

Leonard White, RN, Director of Nursing

Today, May 6th is National Nurses Day. On this day, we raise awareness of all nurses and their contributions and commitments and also acknowledge the vital role they play in society.

An Integral Part of Our Frontline Healthcare Workers

WellLife Network nurses are an essential part of our first responders and other frontline healthcare and essential workers who are facing adversity with the COVID-19 crisis every day. We laud and thank them with the utmost of praise and recognition for their rising to the challenge and providing the highest level of quality care to the individuals we serve. Our nursing staff of some 45 deserves special recognition for their efforts in delivering compassionate care while encompassing the principles of ethical practice in their profession.

As your Director of Nursing, I could not do my job as efficiently or effectively without your continued dedication and support. The entire Executive Staff joins me in thanking you for the devotion you provide to the people we serve.

We thank the nursing staff of WellLife Network who each day provides compassionate and outstanding care to the individuals and families who depend on their expertise.

National Nurses Week is celebrated annually from May 6-12, also known as National Nurses Day, and commemorates the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.

With Sincerest Gratitude,

Sherry Tucker

Howell Schrage, MD
Medical Director

Leonard White, RN
Director of Nursing

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