Notes to Nurses

Nurses make a huge difference. And whether it was for you or someone you love, chances are you’ve seen that difference in action.

Now you can send a note to Ontario’s nurses, one that everyone can see. Thank a nurse – let them know you appreciate the work they do and the care they deliver.


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Stan
I was recently asked my opinion on nursing shortage and some comments made on whether they pay nurses too much ..My reply . Can you really pay a nurse too much for being with you or your family when they are sick or possibly dying? A life or death decision which usually comes from the nurse as SHE/HE are the ones at the bedside with the patient. Invaluable
ZROHdPag
Ron
Received care from nurses that you can not measure in dollars and cents. Thank you so much
Bowmanville Ontario
Caleb
Don't let this affect you - it'll all come and pass; they can't go long without seeing what RNs really do!!
Western University (London Health Science Centre)
Cathy
To all the amazing nurses that have nurtured my love of nursing ...thank you from the bottom of my heart. When I needed reviving I simply had to look your way. Very inspiring.
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
donna
Thanks nurses of Ontario! My dad has had treatment in Hamilton, Sunnybrooke,Ottawa Civic ,Thunder Bay in hospital & community. Nurses in many roles- acute care, clinics, rehab, CCAC. Needed Priceless
Thunder Bay REgional Health Sciences et al
Stephanie
My family would like to thank the incredible nurses of unit 3W for the incredible care and compassion they have given to my mother in palliative care. You are each worth your weight in gold to us.
North York General Hospital, Toronto, ON
Liz
Thank you for the care you give my mom. Your professionalism and compassion is beyond compare. Your value is appreciated by me and my family, now it's the government's turn to understand your worth!
Windsor Regional Hospital, Ouellette Campus
Melissa
I have nursed in almost every domain of this awesome profession. Hospital RNs are vital, as care coordinators, researchers, educators, LTC RN's, Mental health RN's etc are. Every one of us adds value
CCAC
John
We need patients to speak up on the decline in care they are experiencing due to the lack of RNs! #stoptheRNmassacre Stay Strong!
Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance
A nurse
I am proud of what my coworkers and I can accomplish, given the circumstances and limited resources at hand. We would all love the opportunity to do even better!
LHSC
Kath
I love nurses
Ontario
Maggie Lynn
As a community nurse I see the dedication among us nurses. Weather, traffic, no parking, working alone, overtime, eat'n'drive, broken patient's and families. We love nursing! We are there for you.
Bayshore Home Health
Amanda
Congratulations to all the new 2015 graduates who studied their hearts out to pass the first ever Canadian RN NCLEX! We are amazing role models for future test takers xoxo
Lakehead University
Linda
We going into nursing to help others in their time of need. We love our profession. I would not change what I have done for 40years. I would change the bureaucratic money grabbing crap that rules
Independent Foot Care Nurse, Kitchener, ON
Jeannette
More power to Geriatric Mental Health Nurses who struggle each day to deliver the best care!
Center for Addiction and Mental Helath
Rachael
To all of my WRH nurses - stay strong. You all do a wonderful job. Keep your head up - we will get through this!
Windsor Regional Hospital
Jackie
Stop cutting RN's in Ontario. Patient care will suffer!
Windsor Regional Hospital
Terry
My brother has been at MET for over a month and has received excellent care. The nurses have made a long stay tolerable, and both of us are deeply grateful. Cuts will damage already stressed nurses.
Windsor Regional Hospital, MET campus.
MaryAnn
Over the years, I have had the privilege of working with so many amazing nurses who are dedicated to caring for their patients with skill, tenderness and humour. Kudos to all of you!
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
Amy and Nicola
Providing excellent care in the ED, making sure each patient is treated as if they were family.
Juravinski ED Hamilton
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