May 5, 2017

What Being a Mission Health Nurse Means to Me

Join us as we celebrate our Mission Health nurses during Nurses Week, May 6-12.

We asked a group of nurses what it means to them to be a nurse at Mission Health. Through tears, smiles and unforgettable stories, we learned how caring for others inspires the spirit of our amazing team members.

Scarlett Cox from Blue Ridge Regional Hospital, became a nurse after growing up seeing her mother working as a nurse and caring for others.

Stephanie Norris, from Transylvania Regional Hospital, became a nurse after her daughter was diagnosed with an illness and watching nurses care for her daughter and being cared for as well.

All of our nurses have similar courageous stories of why they chose the profession and what it means to them to be a nurse at Mission Health.

Please take a moment to watch and share the video below, showcasing some of these courageous nurses. And, if it inspires you as it inspires us, please go to mission-health.org/nurses and leave a note to #thankanurse.

Thank you to all of our team members for your dedication to providing an exceptional experience for fellow team members, patients and their families. And, thank you to all of our patients and families for the privilege of caring for you.

 

Watch some of our nurses discuss the love for their work.