Nurse Sayings

Nurse Sayings

Here is a bonus quote from a previous blog to start with:

“It would not be possible to praise nurses too highly.” — Stephen Ambrose

It truly is impossible to overstate just how much nurses do for their patients. Whether it’s in a hospital, doctor’s office, surgery center, school, call center, or the comfort of a home, a nurse is so often the main caregiver for patients. Whether it’s providing treatment, giving education, keeping patients comfortable, or giving emotional support, nurses really do it all in a wide range of settings.

Nobody said nursing was easy though, which is why a positive attitude is one of the most effective qualities any nurse can have. As a result, there are a wealth of quotes out there by and about nurses that are just as funny as they are inspiring.

Read on as we share a sampling of some of our favorites.

15 Funny and Inspirational Nurse Sayings

  1. “It’s okay to learn from every experience, and it’s okay to make mistakes.” — Louise Hay
  2. “You know you’re a nurse when your finger has gone places you never thought possible.” — Unknown
  3. “The three words most people want to hear: ‘I love you.’ The three words nurses want to hear: ‘Alert, Oriented, and Ambulatory.’” — Unknown
  4. “To do what nobody else will do, in a way that nobody else can do, in spite of all we go through … that is what it is to be a nurse.” — Rawsi Williams, RN
  5. “Not all angels have wings … some have scrubs.” — Unknown
  6. “It’s a beautiful thing when a career and a passion come together.” — Unknown
  7. “Treat the patient as a whole, not just the hole in the patient.” — Unknown
  8. “Nursing is not a career … it’s a post-apocalyptic survival skill.” — Unknown
  9. “I’m a nurse because ‘miracle worker’ isn’t an official title.” — Unknown
  10. “A nurse is compassion in scrubs.” — Lexie Saige
  11.  “Nursing is a progressive art such that to stand still is to go backwards.” — Florence Nightingale
  12. “You know you’re really a nurse when hand sanitizer has started to become your best friend.” — Unknown
  13. “May your scrubs be comfy, and your coffee be strong.” — Unknown
  14. “Constant attention by a good nurse may be just as important as a major operation by a surgeon.” — Dag Hammarskjöld
  15. “Remember: nurses are like icebergs. At any one time, you are only seeing a small part of what they are actually doing.” — Ian Miller

What Can Pediatric Home Health Offer You?

Nurses are in demand, and there are more opportunities and subspecialties for nurses than ever before. With so many fields to enter, finding the right niche can be a challenge for both new and experienced nurses. Pediatric home health nursing is an area that can provide a unique blend of stability, flexibility, and the ability to make a difference in the lives of children and their families.

Nurses in pediatric home health can enjoy a range of advantages, including:

  • Flexible hours and scheduling
  • One-on-one patient care opportunities
  • Working in a comfortable home setting
  • Competitive benefits, including health insurance, PTO, and 401K
  • Training opportunities

For nurses who are concerned about work-life balance and avoiding burnout, working in home health can be worth exploring.

Contact Sonas for Home Health Care in Florida

Are you looking to become a pediatric nurse? Sonas Home Health Care can help. We are currently looking for compassionate and nurturing Pediatric Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) or Pediatric Registered Nurses (RNs) in various locations across Florida. Sonas specializes in one-on-one hourly pediatric care in the home. We offer on-the-job training, full benefits, flexible schedules, PTO, and more benefits.

If you or a loved one are considering a career in Pediatric Nursing in Florida, contact Sonas Home Health Care. Apply online or call today at (888) 592-5855.

Janelle Thomas MSN, RN
Director of Clinical Education at Sonas Home Health Care

Janelle Thomas MSN, RN — Director of Clinical Education for Sonas Home Health Care — reviewed this content for clinical accuracy. Janelle Thomas has been a nurse for 8 years — working primarily in pediatrics. She believes that nothing is more rewarding in home health care than creating a connection with a patient and their families that will last a lifetime.