thank you poems for healthcare workers

There are so many heartbreaking stories my sister has shared; I can’t imagine what the aftermath will be like for them. She will keep you safe beneath her wing.”. “I really enjoy a personal thank-you note, even if it is on a scrap of paper.” —Charlie B. I lost my mom during this crazy time and all the nurses and doctors did everything they could. Thank You - Appreciation Poem The next appreciation poem will allow you to not only show your appreciation for someone, but also thank the person. A thank you poem to healthcare workers, free for personal or non-commercial use. Therefore, from the assurance of Your word, we know and are assured that we will never lose or … Thank you. and no resting place, only the frozen And they were saying that their boss has begun saying to the team of people in the hospital that “I love you,” at the end of their shifts, because it’s important. And then there’s the third level to this poem, also, which probably is very Irish, in the sense of the name, Fionnuala. By Pauline Hamblin. And love has come into the workplace in a really serious way in these days. I am filled with gratitude and awe for all the frontline workers, from healthcare professionals, to grocery store employees, and delivery persons! My family and I express our deepest gratitude to all of you serving the community during this time. Thank you! I wish you all health and safety and I thank you for your heroic efforts in the face of danger! Please do not provide personal health or other sensitive information (* indicates required fields.) We are beyond fortunate to have each and every one of you fighting this virus for us! Thank you! XOXO. I never skim-read a poem. Thank You! Thank you! Thank you for all you do! More than ever before I am profoundly thankful to Science and Medicine and the compassion and hard work of so many individuals helping us find our way back home. On behalf of Arts Library staff, I’m sending a big shout out to YUL Security staff who have been checking in on the Arts Library several times a week since the quarantine began. I say a prayer each and every day for your continued strength and protection in these difficult times. https://onbeing.org/programs/a-poem-in-gratitude-for-health-care-workers You’re the best! It is with a grateful heart that I’d like to express my thanks to our caregivers on the frontlines every day during this crisis–you rock! The On Being Project So this poem, while it’s written in an entirely different circumstance, has so many echoes for now. Thank you. Thank you, Frontline Health Care People, for all you do and all the thoughtful actions you take that go unnoticed and unappreciated. And so this poem works on an immediate reading, but it also calls to mind deep mythologies. I would also like to thank my daughter who is an essential worker in this situation. Yale would not be in the enviable position it is without you, and we thank you. You are each a “hero,” courageous, selfless, and kind. Yale Law School,  Alumni, Engagement and Development. We are forever grateful! To all of us that work here at Yale, be safe. I would like to thank all of the Yale Public Safety and Police Officers for continuing to keep our campus safe and secure during the pandemic. And so, when you know that from the start of the book, there’s this reference to her wing. You are heroes. Love you both!! A great big thank you to the Department of Internal Medicine for keeping us all informed and updated, the GME office and to all the Doctors, Fellows, Residents, APRNS, PAs, Nurses, Medical Assistants, Transport Department, and Environmental Technicians. Please know that your service is valued. My turning point in terms of career is when I started working with you. You are brave, beautiful human beings and we greatly appreciate every effort you have put forward to make sure we, along with our loved ones, stay safe, healthy, and strong. Thanks also to our regular Yale Security staff in the building —Gloria and Will—for helping us transition during the closure. And these days, I’m very aware of my breathing and any possible compromise of my breathing and ways within which, as a person with pretty chronic asthma, I need to be very attentive to my own lungs. Sending love, respect, and high praises to you ALL! That makes them all the more meaningful when they do come. Friendship Thank You Poem As a kid I bounced from wall to wall, Tree from tree, atop of them all. Please know that I am, as are so many others, filled with gratitude for what you are doing. Proud to be your cousin. Send a Message to Our Frontline Healthcare Workers. Thank you to those continuing to make sure we are safe and have food, and mail, and all the other things we need to wait out this virus from home. Everyone is in it together and within the healthcare atmosphere the people around you become a new kind of support system, or even in a lot of ways, a new family that understands the pain and frustration you … They take care of us and our loved one's during very difficult times. We just want you to know that we appreciate all the sacrifices you are making, and we’ll do our part by staying home to slow the spread of the virus. Keeping all of you in our prayers." Best to you and their families. When I get dressed for work, it’s not just a job, When I lose another patient, it’s in my car that I sob. A HUGE Thank You to all essential workers!! Find those wherever you like to listen, or visit us at onbeing.org to find out more. We admire you all! The bond that you share with your co-workers needs to be nurtured just like the ones that you share with your friends and family. follow the sweet, hopeful voice of that landing. I live near a firehouse and have never seen them this busy! CBC Information Radio host Marcy Markusa decided to put pen to paper and thank COVID-19 health-care workers directly. And because of that, I have nothing but love and appreciation to give for everyone who is out there putting themselves at risk. Thank you so much for being there for those who are so sick and cannot be home with their loved ones. Thank you to the doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, first responders, and other essential personnel who are working tirelessly to provide services to everyone during this challenging time. You have really opened my mind and shaped my career. As I tend to you, in your death. Words seem so inadequate to thank all of the essential employees who are risking their lives during these challenging times to make sure that me and my family are safe. You are some of the strongest people I know. It means the world to know you care so much. Short Thank You Poems Thank You Poet: Catherine Pulsifer, ©2011 You gave so willingly your time And never once asked for a dime So many appreciate all you do We often wish you were two. She worked tirelessly in making sure our telehealth patients were able to participate in their visits by calling them ahead of time and walking them through setting up MyChart and making sure they were able to arrive themselves to their appointments with the physicians. Here are 60 inspirational thank you quotes for nurses. Your patients are so fortunate to have been cared for by you. And then there’s another layer to the poem, which you get when you read the book. Thank You Poem For A Boss. You are the REAL HEROES in this very uncertain world. I want to thank my colleagues for checking in on me regularly. We offer this episode of Poetry Unbound in profound gratitude toward all who are working in health care right now. The strengh and character, of your clan rocks that tore her feet, the light on her shoulders. We know you have been missing your families, loved ones, as you are caring for everyone else. You are our heroes! I heard that, in another life, she too journeyed Sending love to you and your families! Sending virtual hugs #yalecares. Words can not capture the amount of gratitude, Heather Gendron, Director of the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library. Thank you to all of the frontline workers for everything that you are doing for all of your patients and all of us. The main character in Irish mythology, named Fionnuala, was the oldest of four siblings who were cursed to spend 900 years as swans in various stormy lakes all around Ireland. Thank you to all of you for everything you are doing." Thank you so very much for all that you do. We are so, so eternally grateful. And I would hope that anybody that I know and anybody who’s listening, who is showing care and welcoming people into a hospital, doing the administration, driving the ambulance, doing the initial analysis in an ambulance — all of these many, many jobs that make up a healthcare system — my hope is that a person would know that their life and their story is being wrapped into a story of care and that they, too, deserve the same care that they’re giving. Watching you suffer is destroying my heart, We healthcare workers are falling apart. To Melinda Standish, RN, YNHH HVC 5.3 Surgery Stepdown Unit; and Mary Kate Wynne, RN, SR Verdi4 North; Sally Wynne Harris, RN; and Sharon Dunn, LPN: Thank you for your strength and devotion to your patients who are so very ill. Thank you. We all appreciate you all. Thank you to all of the Yale, New Haven, and U.S. essential workers who are keeping us safe and healthy! Who no matter what, "Watching you suffer is destroying my heart," she wrote, in part. Thank you for your loyal service. I/we can’t THANK YOU enough for all the work you are doing every day to save lives. Thank you so much for all that you do and have done. And you think of this nurse, showing up in his unconscious and in his dream world of recovery like a bird, guiding him home. Stay strong and THANK YOU! And no cure there but to wait it out. I am so grateful I have someone I can always count on. I love your site. Thanks doesn’t seem to be enough. With this in mind, you may find yourself wanting to thank hospital staff with a thank you letter after they have provided care for you or your loved one. Read it on our website, at onbeing.org. #weareinthistogether. The word “thanks” almost seems too small. South Asian Studies Council, MacMillan Center. Sending a very special thank you to the Medical Assistants who still show up to the 800 Howard Ave location to continue to care for patients during this crucial time, especially my mother, Orimena Givens. Be well and keep safe! May God bless all of you. tonight Fionnuala is your nurse. Patty went above and beyond during our time working remotely. And Fionnuala, the oldest sibling, was the one who negotiated a pathway out of that curse, through magic. To all of you putting yourselves last and helping those in need THANK YOU!!! by David Harris (Razor) 7 months ago Follow @House_Razor. THANK YOU for being our rock stars, everyday heroes, and for answering this call of duty. I am grateful for all the heroes that are putting their lives at risk to save others. My gratitude goes out to all, and we will pull through this together. May God continue to bless and keep you. I am very thankful for my family and friends. A friend of the family was in ICU at Yale—thank you all for being there and helping our friend to get better. Thank You Poems for Colleagues: If you spend a minimum of eight hours a day at work, you are literally spending a third of your life with your colleagues. And doing it all under these circumstances is truly amazing. Thank you ALL for showing up every day and putting others before yourselves. Our deepest thanks to all of you. Thank You Poems. I want to also send a special thank you to Robert Blount and Patricia Mosca. Each and every one of you is magnificent! Thank you to the all-essential workers including my brother and sister-in-law in Californa, also my cousins in NY, with their pure hearts and souls all over the USA and the world. Here is a poem I have written. Your courage and sacrifice is remarkable. if the small, salt-laden shapes of her song And the poet, Leanne O’Sullivan, is entrusting someone she loves to the voice of a nurse who she doesn’t know, but she does know, too, because of this deep, loving, and trusting gaze that she has put towards this nurse. You are the true heroes and we appreciate you and your sacrifices more than words can say. Instead, it is the health care workers — and all involved in the health care system — who are tirelessly present, caring for others in spite of exhaustion and the risk it brings to their own wellbeing. Thanks for all that you do to keep our patients and staff safe! I think, too, of the person of the ambulance driver, or the administrator, the person looking after the lists and trying to figure out what order people are seen in. May God Bless You ALL and Keep You and your families safe during this critical time. This will all pass, but your commitment and dedication will live in my heart forever. Sending so much love and gratitutde for all that you do. xoxo, Yale Medicine, Ophthalmology and Visual Science. Thank you for everything you are doing and for all of the people you are helping. through a storm, a kind of curse, with the ocean Here are 37 of the best thank you memes that pay tribute to doctors, nurses, health care workers, truck drivers, grocery clerks and other heroes on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. Too many to single out, but from the bottom of my heart I want to thank everyone. I would like to thank all the pharmacy techs at Yale Health and all pharmacies, especially my niece Angela Guarente, a pharmacy tech at CVS. The short-term nature of many healthcare interactions can make it challenging to send a written thank-you. I really appreciate you, Your helpful, giving ways, And how your generous heart Your unselfishness displays. We are thinking of you! Nurses cannot be nurses without love. Thank you! God Bless! Yale Medicine, Medical Billing Compliance. A HUGE thank you to ALL healthcare workers like my sister, Cebi Waterfield who leads the EPIC team, BIL Greg Waterfield for holding it down everyday on the frontlines at St RaysXRay & MRI. I appreciate all that you are doing and pray for your health and safety daily. I can only imagine what it’s like for you. Thank you so much for all that you are doing! - Nancy "God bless you for caring for all of us." For more information, review COVID-19 Workplace Guidance. I’ve got a friend who works in the healthcare system who was telling me that they’re washing their hands in the hospital with floor cleaner, because people had come in and taken some hand sanitizer. Your contributions are appreciated and we thank you in our prayers, hearts, and minds each and every day. You’re ALL amazing!!!! Together we are stronger; together we are better; together we build healing for a brighter future. May God bless you all. There are no words that can adequately express our gratitude for all that you are doing during this difficult time. In case you forget, amidst the continued surge of new COVID-19 cases resulting in hospitalizations and deaths, you are heard and you are seen, even when you may feel you are not.. I especially admire all those who rush into danger to be there for those that need them. Thank you to the publisher, Bloodaxe Books, who gave us permission to use Leanne’s poem. I want to thank my sister, who works at Midstate in Meriden in the ICU, for reaching out when she was overwhelmed and still finding the strength to return every day. I truly appreciate all frontlines, and I will forever keep you all in my prayers. Thank you to all the frontline healthcare workers and first responders at St Raphael’s, Yale New Haven Hospital, and their satellite locations. Grateful to be part of Yale University & working for PIs (YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!) That’s a small item for me. Emilia Clarke reads touching poem for healthcare workers, and other stuff. To all the Yale employees going to work everyday and taking care of the students and residents who remain in the residential colleges, thank you. The letter speaks about Fionnuala: “You’ll hear her voice sing-song around the ward / lifting a wing at the shore of your darkness,” and just even in speaking of the music of the voice of the people who are in the ward with you as a consolation, as a balm, and that a person might hear it in the midst of a fever or in the midst of their own illness — that’s a profound form of love. In the middle of a crisis, people want to have the kind of perspective that years, and maybe five years in the future, will give for an analysis of where we are right now, but we don’t have that, and there is only a cure now but to wait it out until there is a cure. appear to you as a first glimmer of earth-light, Thanks Marie and Jody. You are the real heroes that are taking care of all of us in this ordeal. Thanks everyone on the front lines. Thank you for being on the frontline during this very difficult time. 9) You’ll never realize how heroic nurses are, until you actually need one. Please be proud of the work you do, the perople you are, and the difference you make. No matter a healthcare worker is prominent or just a beginner, everyone’s contribution matters and equal as well. Featured poets in this season incl. Stay safe. Thank you, not just for being the world’s best nurse, but for being the sunshine in my life. They sent me a picture of their hands, chapped and awkward. The winner of several of Ireland's poetry competitions in her early 20s, she has published four collections of poetry, including, most recently, The Mining Road and A Quarter of an Hour. And how, in the midst of this crisis, can we notice the names of people? Thank you to my older son for making the essential deliveries and to my daughter who is a teacher and finding ways to help educate the students from home and donate her time to other students who need assistance. This wouldn’t be possible without you and we are so grateful for you. Related: Thank you again for your sacrifice and courage. May the Universe return it in peace, health, and safety to you and yours. We so appreciate all that you do for us. And thank you!" If, while I’m gone, your fever comes down — Thank you for doing all you do to keep us safe and for helping researchers find a cure. No just kidding! I do applaud all of you. We also produce other podcasts you might enjoy, like On Being with Krista Tippett, Becoming Wise, and This Movie Changed Me. To my daughter, Sarah, DPT. That’s the lesson I’ve learnt and I’m glad I learnt it with you. I thank you for everything you have done these past few weeks as the direction changes daily. So, while I am thanking you all now, know that my appreciation and support stretches well beyond today! It’s also the presence of being there with a voice: to speak, to listen, to observe, to watch, and that their voice is a kind of calling home and a soothing. "We healthcare workers are falling apart." Organizational Effectiveness and Staff Development. A HUGE thank you to ALL healthcare workers like my sister, Cebi Waterfield who leads the … You are true HEROES!! They are the ones who are the heroes here. I am able to work from home and it seems so secondary to the type of work you are performing and the number of hours you are performing at a high level. And poetry, for me, poetry is a thing that helps me breathe. Thank you for all the silly things we made. My family and I are so grateful. And they’re entrusting somebody they love to the care of a nurse named Fionnuala. Ways in which people who are doing an almost impossible job with graciousness, with fortitude, and with perseverance and patience are being shored up by the love of each other, is a really beautiful thing. Words are not enough. I feel I know you, by those you left. Praying that you, your staff and family are doing well during this unprecedented time. I would like to offer a note of thanks to those that continue to be the most-needed helpers each and every day. Hospital staff are some of the hardest working people. Here are 30 supportive things you can tell anyone on the health care frontlines. Thank you—Healthcare workers, first responders, postal workers, pharmacy workers, food and agriculture workers, grocery employees, public works, all delivery workers, law enforcement, and other infrastructure employees. THANK YOU to ALL essential workers on the frontline helping us take care of people, get folks better, and stop this pandemic as soon as possible. Thank you to Sijo and Ed for keeping our computers able to remote from home and to Sue Crisafi for coordinating and supplying us with what we need to work from home. I want to thank the first responders. 8) Doctors cannot be doctors without degrees. Father it is also You who gives us the victory, because it is You who wears the Victor’s Crown. Thank you to all those who are working in these novel times—first responders, nurses, doctors, ER personnel, security, TTS, Mail, and others I can’t think of. Procrastinating on writing the note to show appreciation, is often due to a person lacking clarity about what to say. Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale. I’m touched by all the ways people are taking care of each other like it’s their own families or loved ones. 3. Thank you for your long shifts and dedication and being on the frontlines!! You bring out the “together” in each of us!! I wanted to send my deepest gratitude to my office colleague, Patricia Richitelli. I can’t imagine how difficult and exhausting it must be. Her courage and willingness to help others is an inspiration to our family. There’s space on the page for my own imagination to fill in the bits that I need, and poetry makes me slow down in my reading. Poetry Unbound with host Pádraig Ó Tuama is back on Monday, Sept. 28. Thanks, you are rock! Its a shame that they don’t get paid to risk their lives while helping others live theirs! Especially to my daughter who is a NICU nurse working 12-hour night shifts, has her wedding about to be canceled, and still manages to say “It will be okay,” with a smile. You have been the angels next to those who need it and the strong hands for those who can’t be there. So today we say thank you For all that you do We would like to offer our thanks On you, we can always bank. Please know that your courage for the work that you are doing at every level has not gone unnoticed or unappreciated. I honestly don’t know where we would be without you. And the kindness and hospitality toward that nurse — to imagine that that nurse, too, had her own troubles, had her own woes, just like healthcare workers the world over at the moment; they are caring for people in hospitals, and, at the same time, they have their own concerns — families back home; friends back home; their own state of being. I read it out loud to myself, and it slows my heart down; it slows my breathing down, and it helps my lungs to fill. While I have always valued your work, and what it does to help me and others, now what you are doing is amazing and inspiring. Love you all. Lily Percy: “Leaving Early” comes from Leanne O’Sullivan’s book A Quarter of an Hour. You are my heroes! This poem, I think, is a profoundly hospitable poem, and a poem with all kinds of depths. Everyone has jumped to help and keep the department running remotely and in the office. "You’re someone’s Grandma, You’re someone’s son, … Fearless as I was, I was even more so blessed. I know this because you are one of the most caring friends that I’ve ever had. She is someone who weathered storms for 900 years in the shape of a swan with these huge wings. I would also like to thank all the workers throughout the Yale community and Yale healthcare. You are all amazing and we have so much appreciation for your efforts.Take care and stay well! There aren’t enough words to adequately describe the immense sense of gratitude I feel for our essential workers. And the line, too, in the poem, about a fever coming down: So much of Covid-19 is about people monitoring their temperature and wondering will their fever spike; can they wait this out at home; will they need to be in hospital? In addition, we are extending our Friends & Family rate to help all healthcare workers worldwide recharge and reconnect with their loved ones once they are finally able to take a hard-earned break. Thank you to all the essential workers who have been working tirelessly these past two months, risking their lives to keep the community safe. And then you also think of, who is this nurse? From the Drs, nurses, CNAs, PAs, residents, maintenance crew, and cafeteria staff, you are all heroes and we appreciate your bravery. Pádraig Ó Tuama, host: My name is Pádraig Ó Tuama, and I have asthma. Thank you for being such a wonderful colleague. So proud and grateful to my beautiful daughter, Marcelle Gosteli, and friend, Deirdre Lonergan, both nurses at YNHH and providing amazing care to patients everyday! On the first reading of it, you understand immediately that somebody’s being written to. Thank you!! She teaches at University College, Cork. A BOSS is a janitor who cleans up messes and sweeps them under the rug! To be “essential” is to not often have the option to choose to stay home. Thank you for your selfless service during these difficult times. When you are a patient in the hospital, I personally find that teamwork allows progress to take place. Without each and every one of you, we’d be nothing. Thank you! Christopher Reeve said, “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” But he is mistaken. Some are written to be used after the loved one has passed away, some are written to be used in a continuing care situation.Choose a verse below, personalize it, or use it as a starter prompt to write your own verse. The book, called A Quarter of an Hour, starts off with a little paragraph, saying that Leanne O’Sullivan, the poet, her husband had a brain infection which rendered him into a coma for three weeks. Please stay safe and healthy. In Leanne O’Sullivan’s poem “Leaving Early,” the poet writes to her ill husband, entrusting him into the care of a nurse named Fionnuala. You are being stretched thin and most likely fighting the virus yourselves. Stay safe! Thanking a friend or a family member for doing something for you, or being there when you needed help, can … Please stay safe and take care of yourselves, so that we might be able to take care of you, when we get to the other side of this pandemic. Thank you to all the essential workers who continue to provide essential services during this time. There are no words to express the gratitude and appreciation for what each of you is doing. We are forever grateful for your hard work, commitment, and invaluable contributions to the Yale community. Use them in a handwritten thank you card, tweet, or any way of expressing gratitude for nurses and health care workers. Please take good care and be safe. Thank you for all the times we played. I also wish to thank all the teachers and the parents of all the children who are now at home teaching. 2. To have someone like you, who is simply the best. Our music is composed and provided by Gautam Srikishan. A shout out to her partner Joe who is at home with their 10-year-old daughter and dealing with home schooling. It isn’t just the skill that they have, nurses and doctors and healthcare workers and ambulance workers and paramedics for diagnosis. Thank you so much for caring for people you don’t even know to show up every day to protect and save during this crisis. Thank you for keeping our country running! I’m incredibly thankful for the sacrifice they–and their families– are making to keep us all safe. First Name* Last Name Message* Who will look after them there; will they be able to have a visitor? You have my complete gratitude for going above and beyond on a daily basis. We are all making a sacrifice in one way or another as well as our family members. These folks are working long and hard to keep the most vulnerable folks supplied with their medications in order to stay healthy. Thank you to all of those working with patients who must be so scared. 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