HealthSnap Nurse Appreciation Week 2023

May 09, 2023

HealthSnap Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) and Chronic Care Management (CCM) nurse appreciation week testimonials.

Video Transcript

Speakers: Erin Ball, Clinical Operations Manager, VA. Jennifer Rubel, Care Navigator, TX. Tessa Thomas, Lead Care Navigator, TX. Amanda Corder, Care Navigator, SC

What does being a nurse at HealthSnap mean to you?

Erin Ball: Being a nurse at HealthSnap means being a part of a team that genuinely cares about each patient's life and about each other. It means having the ability to make a difference in multiple states. Not just the state that we live in, means voicing your ideas and suggestions and watching them be put into action. It means the ability to grow in my career as a nurse and still be able to be there when my family needs me. It means being a part of a much needed change in our health care system and having the best work family I've ever had.

Jennifer Rubel: Being a nurse for HealthSnap has been one of the most rewarding careers I've had in the over 20 years I've been a nurse. here it's very rewarding, diverse. It's flexible. There are numerous opportunities to expand in the career. It's like a family here. Everybody is willing to help do everything. The team is great. we work with amazing patients and it's just one of the best jobs that I have ever had.

Tessa Thomas: what does being a nurse at HealthSnap mean to you being a nurse at HealthSnap, it does allow me to fulfill my desire to help others. I believe in helping people, especially in times of extreme need. We do things for people that impact them in ways that they remember for a lifetime. And at HealthSnap, I feel us nurses make a huge impact on our patients. And I'm very happy to be a part of this company and I look forward to continue to make a difference in our patients' lives and to be able to continue to fulfill my desire in helping others as a nurse.

Amanda Corder: Being a nurse here at HealthSnap means that I get to have that one on one connection with our patients all while educating them on today's technology and how that technology is used by their medical team to help improve their overall health. It also means that I get to work with some of the best nurses and staff around who are not only always willing to help but to listen and approach any situation together as a team. It also means that I get to be the nurse that I want to be by putting my patients first and providing the utmost care.

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