Celebrating Nurses Week 2022

Nurse assists a patient walking through a hospital

Today marks the beginning of National Nurses Week, a time to shine a spotlight on the more than 93,000 nurses across HCA Healthcare who play a vital role in healthcare. The observance begins each year on May 6 and ends on May 12, the birthday of the founder of modern nursing – Florence Nightingale. As we celebrate the nurses who deliver patient-centered and compassionate care, Dr. Sammie Mosier, HCA Healthcare senior vice president and chief nurse executive shares her words of gratitude below…  

On behalf of our nurse leaders and all of our colleagues, let me wish you a Happy Nurses Week!

As we celebrate the care you provide for every one of our patients, know that nurses are always at the heart of everything we do at HCA Healthcare.

We understand the challenges you face and are working to uplift a new nursing strategy focused on making it easier for you to provide compassionate care at the bedside.

You show up to provide excellent care every day, and we are honored to support you – every step of the way.

I’m so grateful for your dedication to excellence with each patient encounter, and am proud to work alongside you.

At HCA Healthcare, YOU are the difference.

About HCA Healthcare

HCA Healthcare, one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, is comprised of 183 hospitals and more than 2,300 sites of care, in 20 states and the United Kingdom. Our more than 283,000 colleagues are connected by a single purpose — to give patients healthier tomorrows.

As an enterprise, we recognize the significant responsibility we have as a leading healthcare provider within each of the communities we serve, as well as the opportunity we have to improve the lives of the patients for whom we are entrusted to care. Through the compassion, knowledge and skill of our caregivers, and our ability to leverage our scale and innovative capabilities, HCA Healthcare is in a unique position to play a leading role in the transformation of care.

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