Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling. *1 Peter 4-9*
Intern nurses face many challenges because they are not allowed; to do their one- year residency in their home district. They must assimilate to living and, working in another district. Lydia and Doris are intern nurses, who have just started their 3 months medical ward rotation. On their first day, I orientated them, and took them on a general tour of the ward. I assigned Lydia to take patients’ blood samples. She informed me that the last time she took a patient’s blood sample was in Feb. I accompanied her, and gave her moral support as she obtained blood samples. We took the blood samples to the lab, and I instructed her and Doris on how to clock patients’ blood samples. The intern nurses expressed their sincere gratitude to the nursing staff for their moral support, and for warmly welcoming them to the medical ward. I thank God that I have been able to offer hospitality to the intern nurses in a tangible way!
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