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International Nurse’s Day was celebrated on Sunday, May 12, as it is annually, to mark the contributions that nurses make to society and the anniversary of founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale’s birth. KwaDukuza Private Hospital spoiled their nursing staff with a celebratory lunch and gifts at the Nurse’s Day function, which was held on Friday, 10 May. The event commenced with a gracefully sung prayer by all who attended. Thereafter, the nursing manager, Sandika Dharmraj, presented a speech about her nursing career and encouraged her colleagues to always do their best and be the best at their jobs. Nursing staff were reminded about how special they are and were individually called up to read random notes placed at their seats with words of encouragement. The universal nurses pledge was then recited as they held up their lit candles with pride and sincerity. Hospital Manager, Ravi Manilal closed the event by thanking staff for their efforts and emphasized on the importance of the role nurses play. A cake was cut, and staff were presented with a gift and delighted in the delicious meals prepared for them. “We would like to thank our nursing staff for their dedication and endless contributions to the hospital, as well as Lancet laboratories for treating our nursing staff to cupcakes on the day.”, said KPH management.

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