thank you poems for healthcare workers
So this poem, while it’s written in an entirely different circumstance, has so many echoes for now. God Bless us all, for we all are hoping this too shall pass. I truly hope we can do so, with the same courage and love that you have shown throughout. There are no words that can adequately express our gratitude for all that you are doing during this difficult time. To all the essential workers putting their lives on the line: Thank you for all that you do! And they were saying that their boss has begun saying to the team of people in the hospital that “I love you,” at the end of their shifts, because it’s important. “I really enjoy a personal thank-you note, even if it is on a scrap of paper.” —Charlie B. Thank You Poem For A Boss. We miss you! lifting a wing at the shore of your darkness. No just kidding! Short Thank You Poems Thank You Poet: Catherine Pulsifer, ©2011 You gave so willingly your time And never once asked for a dime So many appreciate all you do We often wish you were two. A HUGE Thank You to all essential workers!! In these pandemic times, our healthcare professionals are working in the most difficult situations for months. Thank you to all the healthcare workers at [Eastern Health]. To Rosalie Alvarez, Patricia Amore, Jane Mattaway: You’re incredible and amazing. Thanks also to our regular Yale Security staff in the building —Gloria and Will—for helping us transition during the closure. #weareinthistogether. I want to send a huge thanks to all Yale Medicine staff. We wish you safety and health as you forge ahead to get us to the other side of this pandemic. rocks that tore her feet, the light on her shoulders. Yale Medicine, Medical Billing Compliance. May God continue to bless and keep you. Instead, it is the health care workers — and all involved in the health care system — who are tirelessly present, caring for others in spite of exhaustion and the risk it brings to their own wellbeing. CBC Information Radio host Marcy Markusa decided to put pen to paper and thank COVID-19 health-care workers directly. I want you to know that we see you and we deeply appreciate the high risk you are taking to provide service to others. And the kindness and hospitality toward that nurse — to imagine that that nurse, too, had her own troubles, had her own woes, just like healthcare workers the world over at the moment; they are caring for people in hospitals, and, at the same time, they have their own concerns — families back home; friends back home; their own state of being. Thank you for sharing with us. They take care of us and our loved one's during very difficult times. She is someone who weathered storms for 900 years in the shape of a swan with these huge wings. Thank you! Thank You! Cushing Whitney/Medical Library, Cushing Center. Poetry Unbound is Tony Liu, Chris Heagle, Kristin Lin, Erin Colasacco, Serri Graslie, Eddie Gonzalez, Julie Siple, and me, Lily Percy. Grateful to be part of Yale University & working for PIs (YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!) You have done a wonderful job. I am very thankful for my family and friends. Featured poets in this season include Lucille Clifton, James Wright, Natasha Trethewey, Christian Wiman, Layli Long Soldier and more. 30 Things to Say to a Nurse Right Now. We can never repay, but please know that my family and I are most grateful to you and your families for your selfless sacrifices that you make every day. Emilia Clarke reads touching poem for healthcare workers, and other stuff. We also produce other podcasts you might enjoy, like On Being with Krista Tippett, Becoming Wise, and This Movie Changed Me. Please know that your courage for the work that you are doing at every level has not gone unnoticed or unappreciated. Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale. I would like to offer a note of thanks to those that continue to be the most-needed helpers each and every day. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love. I hope that all of the essential workers in this time understand how truly important they are to our community. Thank you for keeping our country running! Thanks for all that you do to keep our patients and staff safe! 3. Your sacrifice is truly commendable and does not go unnoticed. You are the REAL HEROES in this very uncertain world. We are thinking of you! We are forever grateful for your hard work, commitment, and invaluable contributions to the Yale community. I think of other people who have so many more reasons to be anxious about their own health, anxious about their own exposure. Your patients are so fortunate to have been cared for by you. May God bless all of you. God Bless! Thank you for everything you are doing and for all of the people you are helping. Everyone has jumped to help and keep the department running remotely and in the office. Here are 60 inspirational thank you quotes for nurses. You are being stretched thin and most likely fighting the virus yourselves. I am able to work from home and it seems so secondary to the type of work you are performing and the number of hours you are performing at a high level. The bond that you share with your co-workers needs to be nurtured just like the ones that you share with your friends and family. No magic cures nor thoughts or prayers will protect us from what has been unleashed in our world. who are taking the lead in our community. Thanks Marie and Jody. I feel I know you, by those you left. This poem, I think, is a profoundly hospitable poem, and a poem with all kinds of depths. When you are a patient in the hospital, I personally find that teamwork allows progress to take place. Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, University Policies, Procedures, Forms, and Guides. You are all amazing and we have so much appreciation for your efforts.Take care and stay well! Thank you! It is with a grateful heart that I’d like to express my thanks to our caregivers on the frontlines every day during this crisis–you rock! Thank you!! Thank you so much for all that you are doing! Best to you and their families. You are truly extra-ordinary in your self-sacrifice to ensure that as many of us as possible live through this extraordinary time. We are so, so eternally grateful. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love. You bring out the “together” in each of us!! All of you are very special people! We know you have been missing your families, loved ones, as you are caring for everyone else. There aren’t enough words to adequately describe the immense sense of gratitude I feel for our essential workers. And then there’s another layer to the poem, which you get when you read the book. Thank You Poems. You must have been, a wonderful man. I know this because you are one of the most caring friends that I’ve ever had. These folks are working long and hard to keep the most vulnerable folks supplied with their medications in order to stay healthy. A BOSS is someone who comes in early and stays late. We’re living in unprecedented times of fear, pain, and uncertainty. A BOSS is a janitor who cleans up messes and sweeps them under the rug! May God bless you all. To all of you putting yourselves last and helping those in need THANK YOU!!! God bless and protect you and your families!! And doing it all under these circumstances is truly amazing. I want to thank her colleagues for supporting each other. In my neighborhood, we’re putting up red hearts to show gratitude to all healthcare and first-responders during this healthcare crisis. A HUGE thank you to ALL healthcare workers like my sister, Cebi Waterfield who leads the EPIC team, BIL Greg Waterfield for holding it down everyday on the frontlines at St RaysXRay & MRI. Thank you so much for all that you do and have done. You are with every healthcare worker in their battles and thank You for being our Divine Conqueror! Here is a poem I have written. Organizational Effectiveness and Staff Development. I live near a firehouse and have never seen them this busy! Thank you to those continuing to make sure we are safe and have food, and mail, and all the other things we need to wait out this virus from home. I appreciate all that you are doing and pray for your health and safety daily. Together we are stronger; together we are better; together we build healing for a brighter future. The strengh and character, of your clan Everyone is in it together and within the healthcare atmosphere the people around you become a new kind of support system, or even in a lot of ways, a new family that understands the pain and frustration you … May God Bless You ALL and Keep You and your families safe during this critical time. Only with an explicit request from a supervisor should a staff member return to campus. When I get dressed for work, it’s not just a job, When I lose another patient, it’s in my car that I sob. You are each a “hero,” courageous, selfless, and kind. To have someone like you, who is simply the best. The nurse Fionnuala is demonstrating extraordinary love, too. Thank you for being such a wonderful colleague. Thank you for everything. Thank you to all the essential workers who continue to provide essential services during this time. The book, called A Quarter of an Hour, starts off with a little paragraph, saying that Leanne O’Sullivan, the poet, her husband had a brain infection which rendered him into a coma for three weeks. By Pauline Hamblin. To my daughter, Sarah, DPT. I really appreciate you, Your helpful, giving ways, And how your generous heart Your unselfishness displays. The short-term nature of many healthcare interactions can make it challenging to send a written thank-you. There are so many people I wish to thank, first and foremost the first responders, the firefighters, the police, the medics and EMTs who sacrifice their lives every day, not just in these troubling times; the nurses & physicians, who have dedicated their own well-being to help those in need, and have served not only as medical providers, but also as shoulders to grieve upon, to be a beacon of hope and a connection to their patients’ loved ones when their loved ones cannot be with them. Thank you to ALL the physicians, nursing, and all the support staff who are working tirelessly during this time to keep the health system going. Thank you to all of the Yale, New Haven, and U.S. essential workers who are keeping us safe and healthy! You’ll hear her voice sing-song around the ward You are all Angels. rising darkly around her, fierce with cold, While I have always valued your work, and what it does to help me and others, now what you are doing is amazing and inspiring. Thank you to all of you for everything you are doing." I’m touched by all the ways people are taking care of each other like it’s their own families or loved ones. Watching you suffer is destroying my heart, We healthcare workers are falling apart. There’s so much hospitality in this poem, of deep consideration for the person of the nurse, the person of the healthcare worker. However, I’m glad our Sr. Director, Marie Follo, had the vision that Jody Irwin and I would work together well to manage the Telemedicine Conversion Center. And thank you!" More than ever before I am profoundly thankful to Science and Medicine and the compassion and hard work of so many individuals helping us find our way back home. And the line, too, in the poem, about a fever coming down: So much of Covid-19 is about people monitoring their temperature and wondering will their fever spike; can they wait this out at home; will they need to be in hospital? Thank you to the publisher, Bloodaxe Books, who gave us permission to use Leanne’s poem. Whether it’s the call of duty, or volunteerism, any which way, I think the courage and compassion at this time is moving. You’re ALL amazing!!!! Thanks for making sure our collections are safe! These are our free Thank You Senior Caregiver verses, poems and sayings for you to use on cards, in letters and notes, emails, chats and tweets - wherever you need them. You have really opened my mind and shaped my career. Finally, a shout out to my sister Tammy who works for Stew Leonards in Norwalk. We all appreciate you all. Thank you also for continuing to see patients during this difficult time. Thank you for all the times we played. Just want to give the warmest thanks to everyone whose jobs are considered essential. Thank you. We appreciate everything you do and have done in this fight for our lives. You see I am human, I bleed just like you, And with each death that I witness, a part of me dies too. And that’s so hospitable and so beautiful. A shout out to her partner Joe who is at home with their 10-year-old daughter and dealing with home schooling. I’ve got a friend who works in the healthcare system who was telling me that they’re washing their hands in the hospital with floor cleaner, because people had come in and taken some hand sanitizer. With this in mind, you may find yourself wanting to thank hospital staff with a thank you letter after they have provided care for you or your loved one. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Your sacrifice is admired and appreciated thru out our community. Then I saw that terribly sad line: “And no cure there but to wait it out” — so appropriate for now, I think. "You’re someone’s Grandma, You’re someone’s son, … I love your site. You are our heroes! A HUGE thank you to ALL healthcare workers like my sister, Cebi Waterfield who leads the … The word “thanks” almost seems too small. Our very best wishes that you stay safe and well. And in the poem, you hear of Fionnuala as the nurse with wings who has weathered her own storm. through a storm, a kind of curse, with the ocean Send a Message to Our Frontline Healthcare Workers. If, while I’m gone, your fever comes down — There are so many heartbreaking stories my sister has shared; I can’t imagine what the aftermath will be like for them. I want to also send a special thank you to Robert Blount and Patricia Mosca. To be “essential” is to not often have the option to choose to stay home. The “Thank You Healthcare Workers” portion show people — starting in European countries — clapping every evening for these people braving the coronavirus. Learning & Development, Yale Medicine Administration. Many of us are working from home and others have to come in to work. As the novel coronavirus sweeps the globe, many of us can’t physically be there for loved ones who are sick. Team work always works especially in difficult times!! Thank you for being on the frontline during this very difficult time. From the Drs, nurses, CNAs, PAs, residents, maintenance crew, and cafeteria staff, you are all heroes and we appreciate your bravery. Your contributions are appreciated and we thank you in our prayers, hearts, and minds each and every day. I would like to thank all the power plant workers at Sterling, Central and Chiller Plant for making sure that the electricity, steam, and chill water are operating in a safe and reliable manner. That’s the lesson I’ve learnt and I’m glad I learnt it with you. Thank you so much for being there for those who are so sick and cannot be home with their loved ones. This collection of thank you quotes is dedicated to all the nurses and health care workers fighting to keep us all safe. I am so grateful I have someone I can always count on. Thanking a friend or a family member for doing something for you, or being there when you needed help, can … And then you also think of, who is this nurse? From me, my family and friends, THANK YOU. They sent me a picture of their hands, chapped and awkward. follow the sweet, hopeful voice of that landing. All staff who can work at home should continue to do so. Thank you to Sijo and Ed for keeping our computers able to remote from home and to Sue Crisafi for coordinating and supplying us with what we need to work from home. Thank you for all you do! Who no matter what, I wanted to send my deepest gratitude to my office colleague, Patricia Richitelli. We will stay home for you!! And Fionnuala, the oldest sibling, was the one who negotiated a pathway out of that curse, through magic. Thank you for your courage, your patience and dedication to your job, and for putting your health on the line for others. Thank you to the all-essential workers including my brother and sister-in-law in Californa, also my cousins in NY, with their pure hearts and souls all over the USA and the world. Thank you ALL for showing up every day and putting others before yourselves. Stay strong and THANK YOU! In addition, we are extending our Friends & Family rate to help all healthcare workers worldwide recharge and reconnect with their loved ones once they are finally able to take a hard-earned break. It does not go unnoticed. Thank You Poems for Colleagues: If you spend a minimum of eight hours a day at work, you are literally spending a third of your life with your colleagues. Thank you to my husband and youngest son for maintaining the tractor trailer trucks so that they can make the necessary essential deliveries. Thank you to all of the frontline workers for everything that you are doing for all of your patients and all of us. Please stay safe and take care of yourselves, so that we might be able to take care of you, when we get to the other side of this pandemic. I say a prayer each and every day for your continued strength and protection in these difficult times. She worked tirelessly in making sure our telehealth patients were able to participate in their visits by calling them ahead of time and walking them through setting up MyChart and making sure they were able to arrive themselves to their appointments with the physicians. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all that you do everyday! Without each and every one of you, we’d be nothing. - Nancy "God bless you for caring for all of us." I especially admire all those who rush into danger to be there for those that need them. In case you forget, amidst the continued surge of new COVID-19 cases resulting in hospitalizations and deaths, you are heard and you are seen, even when you may feel you are not.. Thank you again for your sacrifice and courage. First Name* Last Name Message* Proud to be your cousin. Lily Percy: “Leaving Early” comes from Leanne O’Sullivan’s book A Quarter of an Hour. Keeping all of you in our prayers." I would also like to thank all the workers throughout the Yale community and Yale healthcare. Read it on our website, at onbeing.org. Christopher Reeve said, “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” But he is mistaken. It’s written like a sonnet that starts off as a letter: “My love.” And clearly, somebody is leaving early; that’s the title. Thank you a million times and even that wouldn’t be enough thanks to all that you do to keep us safe. Especially to my daughter who is a NICU nurse working 12-hour night shifts, has her wedding about to be canceled, and still manages to say “It will be okay,” with a smile. Dear Essential Workers: May you keep your strength and health through this test. Thank you for your loyal service. The On Being Project And then there’s the third level to this poem, also, which probably is very Irish, in the sense of the name, Fionnuala. And love has come into the workplace in a really serious way in these days. To all those willing to sacrifice their own safety and well-being in this crisis, we are eternally grateful. Praying that you, your staff and family are doing well during this unprecedented time. You are living a commitment to serve others even when there is great personal risk involved. I can only imagine what it’s like for you. Thank you for your long shifts and dedication and being on the frontlines!! Thank you to all of those working with patients who must be so scared. We admire you all! THANK YOU for being our rock stars, everyday heroes, and for answering this call of duty. Who is this nurse, whose name was Fionnuala, in this hospital where the poet’s husband was in such a terrible state of ill health? And I think, for people who are working at the moment in healthcare and providing tireless, patient, strong care to people in extraordinarily anxious times, this poem is saying, “You are trustable.” And it’s inviting a person to think, “What might it be like to imagine that I’m trustable by people who are in deep anxiety?” And I think to carry that is a really important thing. XOXO. I would like to thank all of the Yale Public Safety and Police Officers for continuing to keep our campus safe and secure during the pandemic. Therefore, from the assurance of Your word, we know and are assured that we will never lose or … Words can not capture the amount of gratitude, Heather Gendron, Director of the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library. This will all pass, but your commitment and dedication will live in my heart forever. Ways in which people who are doing an almost impossible job with graciousness, with fortitude, and with perseverance and patience are being shored up by the love of each other, is a really beautiful thing. And poetry, for me, poetry is a thing that helps me breathe. Thank you to the doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, first responders, and other essential personnel who are working tirelessly to provide services to everyone during this challenging time. To Melinda Standish, RN, YNHH HVC 5.3 Surgery Stepdown Unit; and Mary Kate Wynne, RN, SR Verdi4 North; Sally Wynne Harris, RN; and Sharon Dunn, LPN: Thank you for your strength and devotion to your patients who are so very ill. We are beyond fortunate to have each and every one of you fighting this virus for us! - Bonnie "Thank you to all of the healthcare workers who selflessly give themselves to others. Its a shame that they don’t get paid to risk their lives while helping others live theirs! Sending a very special thank you to the Medical Assistants who still show up to the 800 Howard Ave location to continue to care for patients during this crucial time, especially my mother, Orimena Givens. Fearless as I was, I was even more so blessed. The main character in Irish mythology, named Fionnuala, was the oldest of four siblings who were cursed to spend 900 years as swans in various stormy lakes all around Ireland. Here are 30 supportive things you can tell anyone on the health care frontlines. Thank you for all the silly things we made. Thanks, you are rock! Words seem so inadequate to thank all of the essential employees who are risking their lives during these challenging times to make sure that me and my family are safe. We will be forever in your debt! xoxo, Yale Medicine, Ophthalmology and Visual Science. South Asian Studies Council, MacMillan Center. New episodes released every Monday and Friday through the fall. There are no words to express the gratitude and appreciation for what each of you is doing. We LOVE you. Thanks everyone on the front lines. Yale Law School, Alumni, Engagement and Development. I read it out loud to myself, and it slows my heart down; it slows my breathing down, and it helps my lungs to fill. - Sandra "God bless you all! What Do You Write in a Thank You Card for a Healthcare Worker? Leanne O'Sullivan was born in 1983 and comes from the Beara peninsula in Ireland's West Cork. Thank you—Healthcare workers, first responders, postal workers, pharmacy workers, food and agriculture workers, grocery employees, public works, all delivery workers, law enforcement, and other infrastructure employees. I wish to Thank God for keeping me and my loved ones safe. I hope you know we are all in support, and pray for your safety every day. In the middle of a crisis, people want to have the kind of perspective that years, and maybe five years in the future, will give for an analysis of where we are right now, but we don’t have that, and there is only a cure now but to wait it out until there is a cure. Father it is also You who gives us the victory, because it is You who wears the Victor’s Crown. Thank you. My gratitude goes out to all, and we will pull through this together. And because of that, I have nothing but love and appreciation to give for everyone who is out there putting themselves at risk. As of the moment, all hospitals in Ireland, North and South, are not allowing visitors in, in order to protect everybody who’s in there, the workers as well as the patients. The direction changes daily families!!!!! thank you poems for healthcare workers!!!!!!... Go unnoticed and in the office when they do come your sacrifice is truly commendable and does not unnoticed. 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