Help Us Celebrate Nurses in 2020!

All year long, we’re highlighting the stories and efforts of caregivers making a lasting impact in their communities. We are excited to join together with WHO - World Health Organization - to celebrate nurses and midwives in 2020.

Forces for Good

Nurses and midwives represent a large number of the selfless heroes found in our healthcare facilities. Beyond expertise and service, they provide something more—a sense of care and compassion that reaches deeper places. Each month, we’ll be sharing stories from nurses who elevate the healthcare experience through exceptional dedication to their patients and their craft.

December: Year of the Nurse

All year long we have been celebrating the amazing work of nurses and midwives across the country. Let’s take a moment to honor the high level of compassion, strength, and dedication nurses around the world continue to provide to their patients on a daily basis.

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November: Thankful and Fortunate

October: Phyllis McGinnis

September: Sherri Dillman

August: Charlotte Lisco

July: Yvette Ngann

June: Maki Jerden

May: Susan Partridge


April: Sue Hill

March: Shelley Lancaster & Christie Sprinkle

February: Marci Ebberts & Kristin Sollars


January: Erin Bundrant & Lisa Goucher

Facts and Figures

A closer look at the impact and trajectory of this crucial healthcare segment. *WHO

Nurses and midwives provide a broad range of essential health services close to the community and in all levels of health facility.

The world needs 18 million more health workers to achieve and sustain universal health coverage by 2030. Approximately half of that shortfall – 9 million health workers – are nurses and midwives.

Globally, 70% of the health and social workforce are women. Nurses and midwives represent a large portion of this.

Midwifery, where care includes proven interventions for maternal and newborn health as well as for family planning could avert over 80% of all maternal deaths, stillbirths and neonatal deaths.