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Nurse Appreciation: Harvard Office

In honor of National Nurses Month (May) and National Nurses Week (May 6-12), we asked our community just what makes our nurses so special. Carla Sanchez, Program Director in Harvard, put together this office-wide appreciation for our nurses:

To the Nurses at the Harvard office: Because of you we live in a happy healthier world. Thanks for all you do! -- Thomas Carey, Care Manager in the Harvard Office


AACN’s 2022 Theme for Nurses Week- “Rooted in Strength” is perfectly fitting for our program. Our RN’s are the pillars of the program and we wouldn’t be able to provide the quality services that we do without them. Thank you Nonotuck Nurses for all that you do! --Patti Ruch, Assistant Program Director in the Harvard Office


Thank you for your love, care and dedication to our members. Thank you for going above and beyond each and every day to ensure their health and wellbeing. We appreciate what you do to bring sunshine into our lives as well! Our Harvard team is blessed with you both in it ❤  -- Darlyn Nieves, Assistant Program Director in the Harvard Office


Thank you to our nurses for keeping our folks healthy and being great teammates. I don’t know what we’d do without you!-- Zachary Grimes, Care Manager in the Harvard Office


Thank you for being such a great resource and a wealth of knowledge for our team, you guys go above and beyond in all that you do for our members. Thank you, Harvard office Nurses!!-- Eric Bediako, Care Manager in the Harvard Office


Moni and Michelle Thank you for all you do, your insight and care is apparent in all you do!! Nurses Rock!!-- Mary Ellen Gorman, Care Manager in the Harvard Area office 


Thank you to all the nurses! Your hard work and delicate care never goes unnoticed. We appreciate you more than you know. Thank you for always being patient and advocating for not only your members, but the wellbeing of those around you. --Carla Sanchez, PD Harvard

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