Hurley Nurses Honored During Nurses Week, May 7–11
April 30-Hurley Medical Center recognizes the contributions and commitments our nurses make each and every day, and is proud to honor these outstanding individuals during Nurses Week, May 7-11, 2012, highlighting this year’s theme, “Nurses: Advocating, Leading, Caring.”
Nurses Week May 7-11, 2012
Monday, May 7, 2012, Hurley nurses are invited to join CK 105.FM as it broadcasts LIVE from Hurley's West Lobby from 6-9am, kicking off Nurses Week.
“At Hurley, nurses provide a high level of clinical care, commitment and compassion,” said Melany Gavulic, RN, MBA, President and Chief Executive Officer at Hurley Medical Center. “Our nursing team at Hurley continually strives to raise the bar by providing outstanding patient-centered care around the clock. We are proud to invite the entire community to join us in showing our appreciation for our outstanding nursing staff and the premier quality care they provide to families in Genesee County and beyond.”
Nursing has a long and respected history at Hurley
In 1909, the Hurley Hospital Training School for Nurses was established. In 1912, Hurley graduated its first class of eight students. Over the next 83 years, the Hurley School of Nursing graduated more than 3,800 nurses. Today, the collaborative four-year nursing program jointly offered by the University of Michigan-Flint and Hurley Medical Center continues that tradition.