A nurse is an angel who opens the eyes of a newborn and gently closes the eyes of a dying person.
I want to celebrate the nurses who have a huge impact, day in and day out on lives and on community policies and practices.
we have the opportunity to heal the mind, soul, heart, and body of our patient and their families. They may forget our name, but they will never forget how we made them feel. Nurses are a unique combination of caregivers, scientists, technical specialists, ministers,s and healers. Their kind gesture helps patients a speedy recovery. Our care is the motherly touch that turns sympathy into comfort. So almost every one of us has been touched by a nurse for recovery. Starting with the day we are born, every patient knows that the person with the power of healing is the nurse. The legacy of nursing as a healing modality is passed on from nurse to patient. Twenty-four hours of nursing care is one of the distinctive hallmarks of inpatient care in hospitals. Historically nursing services are central to the provision of hospital care.
Nurses spend more time with the patients than any other health care professional providing direct, hands-on patient care. The voice of a nurse can often go unheard to the ears, but her vibrant healing touch is always felt by hearts. Nursing care has recovered many lives and our skill has relieved those in pain and our devotion has brightened the day of so many in hospitals. Dedicating our lives to save others is not easy, only the bravest can do such a thing.
Nurses have a smile that encourages, hands that take care with action, healing touch that gives comfort. All this is the magic of nursing. Nurses are the gift to all those who have been blessed with the power of loving care, unlimited kindness, compassion, healing. Nursing care that you receive cannot be measured in money and terms. Nurses are like angels on earth sent to care, heal and comfort the sick. Nursing is a true calling. It is a physically demanding position. Many nurses cycle through 12-hour shifts on their feet. They give up holidays with their families and work through nights and weekends. This selflessness is reflected in their commitment to their patient’s recovery.
Nurses work with hands, brains, and hearts to help people along their journey at times in their lives when they are most vulnerable. These frontline heroes sacrifice their sleep to make sure that the patient lives. This is the reason nurses are rightly known as the backbone of the hospital.