Incredible Health Celebrates Nurses’ Week
National Nurses Week is about celebrating nurses and all that they do worldwide. The week from May 6 through May 12 allows people the chance to acknowledge the nurses in their lives. It also provides an opportunity to thank nurses within the industry as a whole for the work they’ve done. Learn Why Nurse Appreciation is Important and how you can show appreciation for the nurses in your life.
At Incredible Health, we’ve made sure to do our part. We’re privileged to share the stories of some of our nurses and their accomplishments. And we haven’t forgot about all the discounts and freebies offered during National Nurses Week.
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For as long as she can remember, Abbie found that taking care of people came naturally to her. She knew she was meant to have a career where she could utilize her natural ability to care for others and make a difference.
Abbie’s past nursing experience includes cardiology/cath lab, ER, and aesthetics. Her role as a Talent Advocate allows her to support nurses through their job search and hiring process. Abbie is a cheerleader and loves the chance to help nurses find their dream jobs.
Even as a high schooler, Michelle knew she wanted to be a nurse (particularly a NICU nurse). Her career pathway started at 18, working as an EMT. As she began to grow in her career, she began working in ISCU critical care.
Michelle also works as a Screener for Incredible Health. She loves talking to new nurses because they are excited about starting their careers. Their enthusiasm helps Michelle rediscover her passion for nursing.
Rebecca is a registered nurse with working experience in Pediatric ICU/ER and Perioperative Services. Rebecca also works as a Talent Advocate at Incredible Health. Her role at Incredible Health is to help nurses through every step of the interview process.
Rebecca found her calling to be a nurse while she was a patient. She recalls how amazing the nurses were and how they went above and beyond for her and her parents.
She began talking to the nurses and asking about their day-to-day duties. The more she spoke with them, the more she realized she wanted to pursue a career in nursing.
Sierra currently works as an infusion nurse and has experience working in PCU and float pool. She has a passion for studying medicine and the human body. When deciding on her career, she knew she wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. What better way to pursue both of those things than becoming a nurse?
As a Scheduler for Incredible Health, Sierra helps make the job search process for our nurses as easy as possible. Making sure interviews are getting scheduled and happening on time is an essential part of our commitment to revolutionizing the way nurses get hired.
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Incredible Health nurses recite “A Nurse’s Pledge for the 21st Century” by the Massachusetts Nurses Association. The oath is an updated version of the Nightingale Pledge written by Lystra E. Gretter in 1893. Gretter wrote the pledge to honor Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. Nurses often recite the pledge at graduation or pinning ceremonies.