Dressing Nurse Walks Through Snowstorm to Visit Patient


Nurses are real heroes. They work there to help those in need of medical care and to provide emotional support to the families of those in the hospital. These are cute faces that are always visible in unnecessary places, such as hospitals.

Hospital nurses take care of their patients as a family. They provide their patients with everything they need. They also claim that their families take good care of their patients.

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What happens if I stop visiting or regularly care for irregular reasons? The weather is bad?

In these cases, nurse Nancy Miller knows everything that needs to be done at this time and get on his feet. He does business regardless of the weather. She is a nurse in Michigan and pays a lot of attention to her heroic efforts. He wants to check his patients and provide them comfort even in bad weather.

Once during a blizzard it was dangerous to ride. It is recommended that you stay outside to keep people warm while the blizzard continues. Residents were waiting for the weather to improve before they dared to go outside.

In an interview with WNEM, Miller said: “For the third time in 23 years, they closed the real health sector due to the weather.” He added: I think this is due to our relationship. If someone needs this, we don’t say “no”, “how do we do this?”

He explained that a patient in the hospital called him and needed to go to a nurse. The nurse who received the call lived and worked in Brimley, 20 miles from here. She knew that she was living next to the patient, so she called nurse Miller.

The other nurse asked her if she could go over to check on the patient. “I said sure, I can do that, and I went outside and realized we had a lot of snow. ”

She further added, “It was still snowing, it was still windy. It took a good 15 minutes. They needed a nurse there, I left there feeling good that I was able to help them. I think they felt much reassured that I was there.”

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Miller didn’t think that what she did was something unusual. She knew that if she hadn’t gone, someone else would to fill her shoes. She said, “I’m sure that if I couldn’t have done it, our director would have found someone to get a snowmobile out here to get to the patient’s house.

He was nicknamed “Snow Angel” because he was polite and daring in his attempts to examine his patients.

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EUP Hospice: “What happens when a blizzard goes?” The city is closed and the patient needs help. Don’t be afraid, Nancy Miller is here … … in her snow! ”

There is no doubt that the world needs more people, such as nurse Nancy Miller.