Nurse: a person who is trained to care for sick or injured people and who usually works in a hospital or doctor's office. A licensed health care professional educated and trained to care for the sick and disabled who practices independently or is supervised by a physician, surgeon or dentist and he or she is skilled in promoting and maintaining health.
Nurses not only comfort us they become our friends. To show our appreciation it is nice to give your nurse a gift.
There are many types of nurses who help us feel better. You may know a registered nurse known as a RN, licensed practical nurse called an LPN, a PA physician's assistant, a CRNP which is a certified registered nurse practitioner, a nurse assistant or nurse aide that helps RNs and LPNs, a CNA who is a certified nurse aide who may work in a nursing home, a nice school nurse, the nurse at your local doctor's office, an ER nurse, a cardiac care nurse, an ICU nurse, a delivery nurse, trauma nurse, transport nurse, hiv aids nurse, hospice nurse, your visiting home healthcare nurse, LVN a licensed vocational nurse diabetes management nurse, a surgical nurse, a neonatal nurse, oncology nurse, dialysis nurse, child's pediactric nurse, radiology nurse CRN, rehab nurse, wound care nurse just to name a few.
Any time is a good time to give your nurse a gift but did you know there is a National Nurses Week to honor and show our appreciation for all their hard work, care and dedication? When is nurses week you ask? It is celebrated annually from May 6 which is National Nurses Day through May 12 the birthday of the most famous nurse Florence Nightingale.
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If you have a favorite nurse or looking for a caregiver gift you can always buy a thank you gift basket to express your appreciation for the love and care they give day in and day out.
Thank you to all the nurses for all you do!