Nelson E. Toebbe, Chief Executive Officer, St. John’s, addressed nurse leadership, while Marie Flordeliza, RN, Chief Clinical Officer, St. John’s (right), and Gail Johnson, RN, Infection Control, looked on. St. John’s Episcopal Hospital celebrated National Nurses Week during the week of Sunday, May 6 through Saturday, May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The Department of Nursing at St. John’s observed the week with a blessing of the hands for nurses led by the Pastoral Care Department, followed by a breakfast, a luncheon for nursing leadership and high tea.
The leadership of the Nursing Department at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital gathered for lunch and a photo.
At high tea, nurses in attendance included: (from left to right) Ernestine Johnson, RN; Naasira Salahuddin, RN; and Maxima Balmes, RN.
Nurses gathered at high tea, including: (from left to right) Cynthia Mason, RN; Rowena Perez, RN; and Maria Rosyl Cunanan, RN.
A high tea was held for Nurses Week at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital at which guests came attired in hats and gloves, including Deborah Friedland, RN (left) and Sharika Gordon, Corporate Director of Human Resources.