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Category: Testimonials

What a Minute Means to Me: Bernice Gilmore, Housekeeper

“A minute to me is when you see the patient come in, get better and go home, and it makes the family happy. That’s a minute to me.” – Bernice

Whate a Minute Means to Me: Patricia Diaz, RN

“A minute to me, means giving my surgical patient the dignity of using a bed pan as opposed to using a mat on the bed because I can’t get to

What a Minute Means to Me: Leora Stirrat, Unit Secretary

“A minute can mean the difference between life and death in a cardiac unit. In a stroke unit, it can mean the difference between a brain and brain damage. A

What a Minute Means to Me: Doreen Holm, CNA

“A minute to me is priceless. A minute to me is listening to the sound of the alarms when a resident gets up to prevent them from falling. A minute

What a Minute Means to Me: Pearl Gooden, CNA

“As someone who has been a nursing home caregiver for 30 years, I know what it was like for residents before we were able to get safe staffing passed and

What a Minute Means to Me: Carol Hemmis, RN

“When you look at an individual, it can be the difference between life, death, happiness, sadness, joy, tears…If we wait an extra minute, we may have missed an opportunity to