As a registered nurse for many years, Paula Phillips knows firsthand that nursing is not just a job. It has become part of her identity and will stay with her for a lifetime.
In addition to week-long celebrations for nurses and hospital staff, May is also the time to celebrate Oncology Nursing Month and National Critical Care Awareness & Recognition Month!
As Nurses Week comes to a close, we would like to thank every nurse who is part of our HealthTrust family.
Thanks for being amazing!
At HealthTrust Workforce Solutions we think nurses are truly amazing.
We see the strength, determination, compassion and selflessness you demonstrate each day as you care for your patients. We know you’ve walked endless miles of hospital halls and have impacted more lives than you know.
The life of being a nurse can be both rewarding and challenging and all in the same day. We are honored to witness some of the happiest, as well as some of the saddest, times in a person’s life. This in itself can have an impact on us: We are human, with amazing hearts full of love, compassion and empathy. How we view these situations can shape our future both personally and professionally.
Every May, we celebrate the importance of the passionate, skillful people who selflessly dedicate their lives to improving the lives of others: Nurses. With National Nurses Week starting this upcoming Saturday, we’d like to take a look back at the history of the holiday.
April 24 – 28 is Patient Experience Week, an annual celebration of the people who touch the lives of patients across all areas of healthcare.
As part of HCA, HealthTrust Workforce Solutions team members recognize that the work we do has an impact on the patient experience. From recruitment and program management to finance and human resources, we all share the same mission of caring for and improving human life.
We at HealthTrust aim to improve the lives of our nurses through finding them the perfect job placements. In an effort to help healthcare organizations better understand the needs of nurses, we’ve put together a 10-minute anonymous survey to find out what nurses really want in a job.