Give our nurses the gift of hope today
Nursing is more than a career. It’s a chance to make a difference.
Since COVID-19 began, nurses have worked tirelessly to care for others in unprecedented times. Nurses have stood by our side and cared for us beyond our diagnoses and treatments to guide us to our best health possible.
Giving to say thank you
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Celebrating our remarkable nurses
To learn more about the remarkable care they provide and honor a nurse with a gift today, visit one of the stories below.
Karen Adams is thankful for the empowerment she gained from having cancer. Today, she’s helping other women fight their battles
After COVID nearly killed her, freshman switched career plans to study respiratory therapy
Sheila Saklad’s life was shaped by a passion for nursing — a passion that continues to touch the lives of others.
When families face big obstacles, community health care workers are there.
When asked to name a nurse who personified the culture of caring at Novant Health Hemby Children’s Hospital during 2021, top leaders point to Morgan Hunt, RN, BSN, CPN.
This month, Courtney Spangler achieved a dream decades in the making: She graduated from nursing school
Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center Foundation was awarded a $410,000 grant from The Duke Endowment to implement a well-being and resiliency program focused on front-line nurses who experience high rates of professional burnout.
The Duke Endowment is helping address nurse burnout.
Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing alumni reflect on school’s legacy, lessons learned
Nikki Nissen leads with gratitude and humility.
Meet the nurse with a song in her heart.
Nurses at Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center worked tirelessly to care for others in unprecedented times.
Family Connects, a postpartum nurse home visit program in Forsyth and Davidson counties, provides free home visit services to all Forsyth County and Davidson County mothers and newborns