Appearance: I like your clean Appearance and your quick 5minutes head to toe assessment. Behavior: Your behavior is worth emulating. Caring: You are Caring, compassionate, and communicate effectively and efficiently. Consent : you made me read the Informed Consent before signing it.

Devotion: You are highly devoted to your job.

Empathy: You’re above and beyond, full of empathy.

Focused: Focusing on what is important. Getting my medications on time, my bed made and side table cleared and organized.

Goals directed. Achieving the goals during my hospital stay.

Hospitality: The hospitality is exceptional. Intake and Output: You double check to make sure that I am eating my food, urination and bowel movement.

Jokes: Have a great sense of humor 🤣tried to put a smile on my sad face.

Knock: You knock each time that you came to my room. I said that you don’t have to knock but you insisted.

Love: You love your job and it shows.

Medications: My antibiotics, pain medications and other medications are given on time.You don’t allow me to wait.

Nice: Nice should be your middle name. Most patients want to have you as their nurse.

Options: Thanks for sharing so many options with me.

Privacy: Hippa law is important to you.When my mother called you refused to tell her everything until you obtained permission from me.

Rest: Teaching me the importance of sleep in our lives is great.

SCD: I got five hours of sleep every night with my SCD on when you’re my nurse.

Teaching: Patient education is very important to you.You taught me how to use incentive Spirometry.

Universal Precautions: Which is now standard precautions.

Volunteer: I saw you volunteer to assist the doctor even though she is not your patient. I got jealous because I just want you to be my nurse24/7.

Way: Way to go nurse.Checking my laboratory results, my vital signs Q4hours and prn .

Xenas: You’re my xenas woman. Please take your break and ask for assistance when needed.

Zestful: You are full of energy so thank you.#thankyounurse,#love, #hospitals. #healthcare, #teaching,#patienteducation.

Published by edochie99

A Registered Nurse with over twenty years of hospital experience, an author with Masters Degree in Nursing,also Bachelor Degree in Nursing,graduated in 1996 from USC,University of Southern California.MSN in 2009 University of Phoenix.

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