“On behalf of
CCH, I would like to thank our nurses for their selfless dedication and
commitment to helping others and saving lives, every day” said Jeanette
Despatie, President and CEO
year has been particularly difficult for nurses on the frontlines of the
COVID-19 pandemic, working more hours, adapting to Hospital changes, caring for
critically ill patients, and fearing infection or potentially infecting loved
ones. Regardless of this, the nurses at CCH always answered the call without
question and delivered exceptional care in our community,” added Despatie.
a video online today featuring various senior staff and physicians thanking
their nurses and frontline healthcare workers. The video can be viewed on the CCH YouTube
media campaign is also running all week on the CCH Facebook Page, highlighting
various nurses and departments. Residents are encouraged to follow CCH on
Facebook to follow the campaign and stay up to date on CCH services.
This week at
CCH nurses and staff are also being treated to lunches, treats, and even tree
seedlings from the South Nation Conservation Authority to plant at home and
serve as a sign of hope for the future.
moment this week and thank a frontline worker in your life, and if appropriate,
wish them a Happy Nursing Week, and let them know that you’re there for them.
After all, they would be there for you, especially if your life depended on
it,” said Despatie.
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