A spirit of collaboration combined with dedication to providing the best patient care possible have always been at the heart of the expert care that Brigham Health Nurses provide. Now, more than ever, our Nurses – and nurses around the world - have continued to answer the call when they are needed most. Although the challenge of COVID-19 is significant, the compassion, resilience and commitment of our nurses to go above and beyond in caring for our patients, no matter the circumstance, are unwavering.
It's who Brigham Health Nurses are. It's who we are. And we're stronger together.
Brigham Health Nurses share a message of strength and unity to nurses around the world.
Caroline Ferzoco, MSN, RN, shares her first-hand experience of a "normal" day working in the hospital and responding to emergencies as a STAT nurse during COVID.
NaTasha Washington, RN, a nurse in the medical intensive care unit (MICU) shares what it has been like caring for COVID patients, the importance of self-care during this time, and how Brigham nurses are stronger together.
Even though they can’t be face-to-face right now, Brigham Health Nurses have continued to provide guidance and support to patients through the COVID-19 Partners Call Center.
Rachel Platten dedicates her iconic Fight Song to the nurses and staff at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital.
Andrew Dundin, MSN, RN, CEN, was selected as this year’s Kurlat Essence of Nursing Award recipient for his ability to form trusting relationships with patients and loved ones and for ensuring that their voices are always heard.