Together Nutricare to send dearest thanks to silent “White Soldiers”
Anyone needs a job to work, earn a living and serve society.
Any profession needs to uphold morality to create lasting value.
Particularly with the medical profession, morality plays an even more important role because sometimes just one gesture of kindness, a sincere concern of the medical staff could be a motivation for patients to be more resilient to fight sickness.
Only with perseverance and hard work can they become a true doctor.
On “doctor’s day” Feb 27, please join us to thank them – the silent “white soldiers” in peacetime.
Thank you “White soldiers”, for your dedication to taking care of the people’s health
Thank you “White soldiers”, for your dedication to taking care of the people’s health, “worry other’s worries, enjoy other’s joy, saving lives for their duties without demanding or benefiting themselves”.
Thank you “White soldier”, for loving and caring for patients like family members.
Thank you “White soldier”, for loving and caring for patients like family members. Thank you for not being afraid of difficulties and suffering, working every hour to energize life and cure more patients.
Thank you “White soldier”, for always treating the patient’s pain as their pains
Thank you “White soldier”, for always treating the patient’s pain as their pains. Doctors, they understand the physical and mental pain of the patients; they feel and they share what patients are suffering from, to help them overcome difficulties and persevere on their journey of recovery.
Thank you “White soldiers”, for your bold attitude, and readiness for every “fight”
Thank you “White soldiers”, for your bold attitude, and readiness for every “fight”. Thank you for the moments of “beating brain out”, carrying patient’s lives on their shoulders; thanks for the tearing rush journeys away from home in the night to combat the raging epidemic.
Thanks to “White Soldier”, for their efforts for the country’s nutrition
And thanks to “White Soldier”, for their efforts for the country’s nutrition, all for an optimal nutritional formula for the state of Vietnamese people, taking care of nutrition throughout the life cycle, intensively for individual, specifically for each pathology.
How many words of thanks is probably not enough for the silent sacrifices of the “white soldiers” in peacetime.
But it will be the sincerest gratitude, to congratulate, to continue to cheer and energize those who are carrying out the noble mission of taking care of the people’s health; especially at this moment, when the whole country is heading toward all the medical staffs who are working on the front line to fight against epidemics.
On the occasion of Vietnamese Doctor’s Day February 27th, together with Nutricare to thank the “White soldiers”. Wishing them to maintain bright hearts, to continue heart-touching and miraculous stories in the journey to protect people’s health.
|As a unit operating in the field of nutrition, with many members being doctors, pharmacists, Nutricare, more than anyone else, understands its noble responsibility in contributing value to the national medicine. Therefore, during more than 10 years of development, Nutricare has always paid special attention and has had many side-by-side activities with doctors at central and local hospitals such as supporting scientific research, accompanying in nutrition conferences / seminars.
At the same time, Nutricare also launched the “Million glasses of milk for the community” program, not only aimed at disadvantaged people in society but also implemented to motivate and encourage many medical staffs in the country. Before that, when the Covid epidemic broke out in the first and second quarters of 2020, Nutricare sent hundreds of thousands of glasses of milk to the Vietnam Health Industry Trade Union, Da Nang epidemic zone, Bach Mai hospital, Central Tropical Hospital (HN& HCMC), district and provincial hospitals such as Vinh Phuc, Bac Giang, Thanh Hoa, Thai Nguyen, Bac Ninh, Hai Duong, Hai Phong. Most recently, there are nearly 24,000 glasses of milk for health workers and children in Hai Duong epidemic center, Hanoi in early February 2021.
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