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Provide Community Celebrates Nurses’ Day 2023

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Provide Community wants to wish all their nursing colleagues a very Happy Nurses’ Day.

The organisation has caring and compassionate nurses working across a wide range of services throughout Essex and beyond.

Provide’s nursing colleagues are based on wards, are District Nurses, Sexual Health Nurses, Paediatric and Adult Diabetes Nurses, Children’s Community Nurses, Adult Continence Nurses, Phlebotomy Nurses, Tissue Viability Nurses and more.

Group Chief Nurse, Stephanie Dawe, says: “Nurses Day gives me the opportunity to say thank you. You make all the difference and you must remember that every single day. I’m very proud to be your Group Chief Nurse.”

Bridgette Beal, Director of Nursing and Allied Health Professions, added: “Thank you for everything that you do. Remember, every time you work as a nurse, every interaction you have, makes a difference to somebody’s life. Never forget the difference you make to people.”

This year, Provide Community will be delivering special Nurses’ Day chocolate bars to all their bases for their colleagues to enjoy.

Provide Community wants to take this opportunity to thank their nurses and hopes that they never forget the difference they make to everyone they care for.

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