Nursing Recruitment Agency Honors Nurses with Free Ice Cream Truck
In honor of National Nurses Week which celebrates the astounding service and sacrifices of nursing professionals, Brooklyn-based nurse placement agency White Glove Placement is serving free ice cream to say “thank you” to nurses throughout New York and New Jersey.
As a gesture of gratitude for their dedication to caring for others and improving the health of patients nationwide, the White Glove treat truck surprised and delighted hundreds of hard working heroes on Monday at nearby hospitals with free ice cream cones!
Catch the goodwill vehicle in action when it hits the road again on Wednesday and Thursday in more NY and NJ locations:
Wednesday, May 10th:
11:00 AM – Clarkson Ave and E 38th St
1:00 PM – 134th St and 89th Ave
3:15 PM -Hempstead Turnpike and 1st St
Thursday, May 11th:
11:00 AM – 1st Ave and E29th St
1:15 PM – Prospect Ave and Atlantic St
3:30 PM – 17 Academy St, Newark NJ
About White Glove
Established in 1996 in Brooklyn, White Glove Placement and its two complementary operations, White Glove Community Care and White Glove Early Intervention, offer standout benefits in the nursing placement industry.
Through the expanded reach of its three brands, the company places appropriately credentialed and qualified staff in all clinical specialties in hospitals, nursing homes, ambulatory care, correctional facilities, group homes, schools, home health, and other specialty locations across the country in some of the most prestigious health care systems.
White Glove is dedicated to providing nurses with responsive support and professional development opportunities to nourish a nationwide network of healthcare providers and provide a trusted solution for the hospitals, healthcare facilities, and patients they serve.
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About National Nurses Week
National Nurses Week is celebrated between May 6, National Nurses Day, and May 12, the birthdate of celebrated nurse Florence Nightingale, who is credited with the advent of modern nursing. First established in 1954 to mark the 100th anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s pioneering work in Crimea, it is today a week in which to recognize and thank nurses for their invaluable contributions to our health.
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