Krupala recognizes CCH nurses

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Dear Editor,
 
National Nurses’ Week is May 6–12. Many people in our community and the surrounding communities have been touched by our nursing staff at Cuero Community Hospital. I would like to say a simple thank you to each of those very special people.
 
I realize their work is not easy. They have compassion and endurance to be at CCH every day, 365 days of the year, and in the middle of the night when their patients are struggling with pain and sometimes even death. They have the patience and courage to deal with our health care system that is constantly changing and evolving. They have the composure, medical knowledge and technical skills to care for our patients as they progress through the life stages.
 
Also, a very important aspect of the care they provide is that of being the patient’s advocate. They are at the patient’s bedside, day and night, meeting their needs. They give competent, quality care to every patient every time.
 
So, during this special week, I want to tell them how much they are respected and appreciated. I respect and appreciate them for providing excellent and competent care to our patients. I respect and appreciate them for standing up for human rights. I respect and appreciate them for all the tears they have dried. But most of all, I respect and appreciate them for being the angel at the sides of our patients.
 
With heartfelt gratitude and love, I want to say, happy Nurses’ Week to the wonderful nurses at Cuero Community Hospital.
 
Yours in service,
 
Judy Krupala, RN, FNP
 
Chief nursing officer, Cuero Community Hospital
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