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Nurses, midwives: let's celebrate them

The World Health Organisation has designated 2020 as The International Year of Nurses and Midwives, on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale (1820 - 1910). In this spirit, the Ramsay Santé group wishes to honour its employees, its nursing staff and its professions in general and thus salute their essential role with our patients.

Each month, we will publish the portraits of those who, every day, care for, listen to, reassure, accompany and sometimes give birth to the patients we welcome in our facilities. You will discover what led them to choose this profession, what they particularly appreciate and what motivates them on a daily basis.

Because caring is more than a job, we give them a voice.

Who is Florence Nightingale (1820-1910)?

Florence NightingaleBorn into a very well-to-do British family, which did not intend her to work, Florence Nightingale nevertheless became a nurse. Extremely dedicated, she is considered a pioneer in the evolution of nursing care, through her concern for hygiene and the organisation of care. A mathematics enthusiast, she contributed greatly to the improvement of care through her statistical studies. She wrote many books, established medical centres and nursing schools and even advised Queen Victoria.

Portrait of Emilie (France)

Portrait of Emilie (France)
Discover the portrait of Emilie,
Neonatal nurse at the maternity unit.

Portrait of Anna (Sweden)

Portrait of Anna (Sweden)
Discover the portrait of Anna,
Ambulance nurse.

Portrait of Margot (France)

Portrait of Margot (France)
Discover the portrait of Margot,
Unit Supervisor in Cardiac Surgery,
Resuscitation and Post-Resuscitation Care.

Portrait of Claire (France)

Portrait of Claire (France)
Discover the portrait of Claire,
midwife and head of the maternity care unit.

Portrait of Johanna (Sweden)

Portrait of Johanna (Sweden)
Discover the portrait of Johanna,
Registered nurse and one of the
Emergency department’s charge nurses.

Portrait of Nathalie (France)

Portrait of Nathalie (France)
Discover the portrait of Nathalie,
care pathway coordinator and oncology assistant.

Portrait of Bernadette (France)

Portrait of Bernadette (France)
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Mental health nurse.

Portrait of Lisa (Sweden)

Portrait of Lisa (Sweden)
Discover the portrait of Lisa,
Nurse.

Portrait of Adrien (France)

Portrait of Adrien (France)
Discover the portrait of Adrien,
male midwife.

Portrait of Christin (Sweden)

Portrait of Christin (Sweden)
Discover the portrait of Christin,
District nurse.

Portrait of Eva (Sweden)

Portrait of Eva (Sweden)
Discover the portrait of Eva,
Nurse specialist.

Portrait of Hélène (France)

Portrait of Hélène (France)
Discover the portrait of Hélène,
Mental health nurse.

Portrait of Ulla (Denmark)

Portrait of Ulla (Denmark)
Discover the portrait of Ulla,
Anaesthesia nurse and specialty responsible for
anaesthesia and recovery.

Portrait of Anne-Charlotte (France)

Portrait of Anne-Charlotte (France)
Discover the portrait of Anne-Charlotte,
Tobacco Midwife.

Portrait of Anne (France)

Portrait of Anne (France)
Discover the portrait of Anne,
operating room nurse.

Portrait of Charlotte (France)

Portrait of Charlotte (France)
Portrait of Charlotte,
Cardiac rehabilitation nurse.

Portrait of Laëtitia (France)

Portrait of Laëtitia (France)
Discover the portrait of Laëtitia,
Nurse in the operating room.

Portrait of Nathalie (France)

Portrait of Nathalie (France)
Meeting with Nathalie,
nurse.

Portrait of Carole (France)

Portrait of Carole (France)
Portrait of Carole, in charge of
the Cardiology, Cardiac Surgery and
ICU (Emergency and Intensive Cardiology Care Unit).