Honor A Nurse
If you’ve experienced the power of nursing, you won’t forget it. The wisdom, the skill and the dedication that nurses show every day, sets them apart as very special people. When a patient receives life-changing care, how can they possibly express their gratitude? For nurses, the ultimate reward is not a hefty paycheck or a bunch of flowers – it’s a patient’s wellbeing.
Now there is a way you can say a heartfelt thank you to an individual nurse, while at the same time supporting nurses to help more people, every day.
By donating to the Honor A Nurse program, you will help to advance the nursing profession and drive health care forward. Your donation goes to support nursing research, scholarships and leadership programs to improve nurses’ lives.
Whether you want to celebrate a nursing colleague, a friend, or a family member, contribute in their name today. Support a cause as incredible as they are.
Nominate your Nurse of the Year
Recognizing the heroes of health care starts with you. If you have experienced outstanding care, or want to support a fellow nurse, make a donation and tell us your story. Every nominee will be carefully considered, so please share your experience with us.
Perhaps you’ve seen a nurse go above and beyond the call of duty, or display consistent dedication. Now’s your opportunity to show them just how valued they are.
Here’s a tribute to one such nurse:
“Laurene has an innate desire to help and care for people in time of need. I admire her patience, warmth and compassionate heart; caring for our National Heroes in Mental Health at Coatesville’s Veteran Medical Center (VA).
Nurse of the Year: Laurene Elauria Johnson MSN, RN, CDP, of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Laurene Elauria Johnson was nominated for her loyalty and unending compassion for patients, employers and co-workers. A truly remarkable nurse; her story is equally inspirational. Growing up in the Philippines she dreamed of becoming a nurse, and since moving to the United States in 1981, she has dedicated herself to the profession.
Johnson has worked at the Department of Veterans Affairs since 1993, and considers it her responsibility to give back to the people who have sacrificed everything for our country’s freedom. Yet Johnson’s commitment does not end with her patients - she is a passionate advocate for the future of nursing. As a believer in the power of education, Johnson is serving as a benefactor for her niece’s nursing BSN in the Philippines, so that she too can fulfil her dream.
Nominate a Nurse Today
Imagine the difference that Nurse of the Year could make to your nominee, to their workplace, and to their patients. Show your thanks today and share their story with the world.
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