Beautiful bouquets for Morris Care Nurses on International Day
Morris Care ‘said it with flowers’ to recognise the dedication of their Nurses and mark International Nurses Day on Saturday 12th May.
The leading care provider delivered beautiful bouquets to the nursing stations at its six nursing homes in Shropshire and Cheshire with a personal note from Director, Timothy Morris.
The valued contribution of nurses all over the world is celebrated every year on 12th May, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth in 1820.
Sue Austin, Chief Operating Officer, said: “It never fails to amaze me when visiting our homes and I see the skill, commitment, affection and enormous patience that our Nurses have as they provide care to our residents and support families and colleagues.
“The flowers were one way to show our appreciation on a special day in the nursing calendar. Our residents and visitors can enjoy them also.”
Some 18 bouquets were created for the Morris Care homes in Shrewsbury, Telford, Bridgnorth, All Stretton and Audlem.Back to News
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