According to the American Nursing Association (ANA), 2017 has been named the “Year of the Healthy Nurse.” Nurses are hardworking people who care for the people they help. They are often assigned the majority of the work and given the minority of the credit in many medical fields.
At Home Healthcare would not exist without the dedication and service of the nurses who work with us. Our staff has been serving Texas neighbors for more than 30 years, during which time our nurses have helped us build a reputation for reliable home health care services. We employ both registered nurses and licensed vocational nurses, who believe in providing personal, meaningful care in the comfort of our patients’ own homes.
Nurses often risk their health and safety in the daily care of others, and often encourage others to do their best to keep themselves healthy. That’s why the ANA has dedicated this year to exploring the theme of “Nursing: the Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit.” It is designed to celebrate nurses who lead the charge for health and wellness.
If you know a nurse, make sure to thank them for their dedication and labor. They are the keystone of the health care industry, and they deserve our respect and admiration. Join At Home Healthcare in celebrating these amazing individuals for the rest of the year.
If you or a loved one require at-home care, don’t hesitate to call us. At Home Healthcare provides services to meet the needs of children, adults, and senior adults. We offer a vast range of services to meet your needs, and we have compassion for what you and your family are going through. Let us help make a difference in your life. Contact us at (877) 959-9093 or fill out our online form to refer a patient or request care today.
It’s the Year of the Healthy Nurse. If you know a nurse, thank him or her for their dedicated service and dedication to helping people. Read more on our blog.
Read about how we should celebrate nurses this year.
Nurses do an amazing job of providing care for the sick and vulnerable of society. If you know a nurse, thank him or her for their service. Read more about the Year of the Healthy Nurse on our blog.