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Celebrating our nurses on International Nurses’ Day

International Nurses’ Day poster with 8 health care workers.

International Nurses’ Day takes place on 12 May and celebrates the contribution that nurses make to society around the world on 12 May every year, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth.

We’re celebrating all of our 3018 nurses and thank each and every one for their commitment and dedication. They do an amazing job delivering outstanding care to our patients. Their resilience and commitment is incredible.

Our International Nurses’ Day Conference takes place today and gives us an opportunity to bring some of our nursing colleagues together as a celebration and thank you for the contribution they make ensuring our patients receive high quality care.

Throughout the day we will be sharing stories about our fantastic nurses, examples of the care they have provided and what nursing means to them.

Some of our international nurses who were recruitment at the end of last year also share why they joined Nottinghamshire Healthcare, how they feel supported and you can watch these below. Read more about our fantastic nurses on our International Nurse's Day pages

Matthew Marcano joined the Trust as an international nurse but is now a Clinical Nurse Educator, International Recruitment. He talks about why he chose Nottinghamshire Healthcare to further his career and how he was supported 



Martha Wilson Chongani, Staff Nurse, talks about why she chose to come to the UK and how she was supported


Our International Nurses: Pearlina Robinson-Mayers, Staff Nurse, shares her experience of coming to work in the UK and her plans for the future.




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