Healthcare Heroes is a community.
Share your story. Celebrate your achievements. Connect and grow with your nursing peers.
Healthcare Heroes is for you.
Nursing professionals deserve the spotlight, long after the cameras stop rolling, the news crews have gone home, and life as we know it returns to normal.
This is a community that empowers nursing professionals like you to share their heroic stories, celebrate their achievements, and to connect and grow with their nursing peers.
Share Your Story
Your stories matter. And they deserve to be heard. Share them with us, and we’ll share them with the Healthcare Heroes community. Submit a story, and you’ll be entered to win our 2020 awards!
NURSES WEEK CONTEST
Thank you to these amazing Healthcare Heroes
In honor of Nurses Week, we hosted a contest that invited nursing professionals and skilled nursing facilities across the country to share their favorite nursing moments.
They were inspiring and heartfelt, and we’re proud to share them with the world.
“My favorite nursing moment I had was with a resident back in 2018. He was a more difficult patient, but all he ever really wanted was someone to just sit and talk with. One night that’s exactly what I did. He couldn’t sleep, so I brought him… “
– Ashley Hiraldo, LPN
“I worked at a facility on Easter morning amid a very pivotal time globally concerning the COVID-19 outbreaks. On Easter, I look forward to attending church. As an essential worker, while not able to attend worship service on Easter Sunday, I wanted to be a helping hand, so I decided…”
Yolanda Lee, CNA
“I was a new nurse during a 12-hour day shift. I went to the fridge to grab my bag for a quick lunch. I was starving. It had been a busy day with lots of orders and patients coming and going for tests. As I rounded the corner from the nurses station, I saw a woman out of the corner of my eye. She was the wife of the patient in room 502, and she looked concerned…”
Shona Quick, RN
“Due to COVID-19, many residents are confined to their room with a roommate or sometimes alone. Residents often only have one TV to share or none. Activities are not how they used to be due to no social gatherings. This brings me to one of my favorite things to do for the residents… “
Francesca Miller, LPN