We want the dedicated providers around the nation to know how grateful we are for their selfless acts of courage as they care for COVID-19 patients every day. In this unthinkable time in our country, these men and women are the heroes who walk among us. And despite the challenges and uncertainties, there is no stopping them. Heroism has been redefined.

The novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has impacted our nation in unimaginable ways. Since the onslaught of the virus, Americans have been coping with the impact by showing gratitude to our frontline hospitals and healthcare systems, providers and other caregivers who continue to invest long hours providing care to those who have been diagnosed COVID-19 positive.

It is a lot to handle. When COVID-19 surged across our nation, hospitals, physicians and advanced practitioners met the challenges head on. Shift after hospital shift. Throughout this time, these individuals have displayed courage, determination and compassion. Let us all try our best to do our part. So, let’s go ahead and clap and cheer for physicians and others in our medical community. As CNN reports, “Most people only encounter the skill, empathy and dedication of nurses, doctors and other hospital staff when they or a family member fall ill. It can be a revelation.” Let us express our thanks to these true heroes among us; we are grateful for their dedication and sacrifice. 

The American Hospital Association (AHA) states that it stands with all Americans to thank the nurses, doctors and healthcare workers across the nation who are working to keep the country's patients and communities safe. Hayes Locums is unified in our commitment and dedication to help as needed, to support our clients and providers during this extraordinary time. 

'Thank you’ for your commitment, from Hayes Locums. 

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