Thank you to our nurses!

Friday May 10th

So many different roles play a huge part in the care we deliver to our patients – from those who provide treatment directly, to those in support roles who make things work behind the scenes – and today we’d like to acknowledge all the nurses across GenesisCare.

International nurses day, a day when nurses around the world are encouraged to champion ‘health for all – no person is left behind, without access to care or impoverished because of their need for health care.’. This message resonates strongly with GenesisCare, and aligns with our strategy to increase access to high quality care in areas of need.

GenesisCare acknowledges the efforts of our nurses and thanks them for the amazing contribution they make to our patients each and every day.

Meet some of our dedicated nurses and hear their stories!

 
 
Danita Libby

Kate Michelle
 
 
nurse day


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