Written Testimonials about NNR

Patient

This company has the most caring nurses. They are very knowledgeable and they take very good care of you. They have become very good friends as well as nurses. 2-3 years ago I was very ill and almost died. I think I lived because of their care.

Patient

Annie S., Texas

Every parent wants what is best for their child. Having a child with a disability that challenges them in anyway can be very scary. As a mother, I am willing to do whatever it takes to protect and also help my children. My son was diagnosed with autism at a very young age. Aside from other...

Positive Note

Mr. or Mrs. Manager of Nursing, I want to tell you about my family member's experience with a nurse named Debbie Cappello. She was the most kindest caring person that took care of my mother. She remained very professional while being personal enough to exude kindness and genuine concern...

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Mr. or Mrs. Manager of Nursing, I want to tell you about my family member's experience with a nurse named Debbie Cappello. She was the most kindest caring person that took care of my mother. She remained very professional while being personal enough to exude kindness and genuine concern. I will always speak highly of her and your company to anyone needing great care for a family member. All too often people write or call to complain, so I thought it would be nice to spread the same positive not upon this great nurse that she gave to my mother. With sincere kindness and admiration, DP
DP

I love working here!

I just love working with NNR. They've made nursing fun for me again!...

Shawn P.
San Antonio, TX
Team Member

Excellent Care

I would like Lindsay Crozier, LVN, Corpus Christi, to be recognized for her care of her patient, Robert Oman.

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I would like Lindsay Crozier, LVN, Corpus Christi, to be recognized for her care of her patient, Robert Oman. She consistently provided an excellent level of care and frequently went above and beyond what was expected. When I admitted this patient, it quickly became apparent that he was going to need more than just wound care. Lindsay quickly developed a rapport with the family and MD. The MD was so impressed with the wound care and overall care that we have received 2 more patients from him. The patient rapidly declined and developed more wounds. Lindsay consistently interfaced with me and the MD. I was always informed about new wounds and issues. She would frequently offer suggestions for wound care and other needs and I felt very comfortable with her assessments and suggestions. As the patient continued to decline, hospice became involved. Unfortunately for the patient and family, the hospice case manager did not seem very interested in meeting this patient’s needs. Lindsay was a patient advocate and made sure that hospice provided the supplies and medications that were needed. As Mr. Oman’s last days approached, it was Lindsay, not hospice, who spoke to the family about the seriousness of his condition and was finally able to get them to agree to a DNR. She was even willing to go to the library and copy an out of hospital DNR form. At this point I told her that it was not her job and hospice nurse was contacted. Because of Lindsay’s efforts, this patient died peacefully. This is just one shining example of the care that Lindsay provides to all her patients. She consistently provides excellent care. It is obvious that she cares about her patients and loves what she does. I am very confident about leaving any of my patients in her care.
Julie Carlisle, RN, ADON
Corpus Christi, TX
Team Member

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