MADISON, NJ - Madison Mayor Bob Conley proclaimed May 6 - May 12 as "National Nurses Week" in Madison.
"The health and well-being of people are the biggest priorities of our community", proclaimed Mayor Conley. "In the Borough of Madison, nurses are an integral part of our healthcare system serving residents of all ages with skill, knowledge, caring and commitment".
"May 6 through May 12 has been designated "National Nurses Week' to acknowledge and promote the contributions of nurses in our community", said Conley.
Mayor Conley thanked Marlene Dolan, the Public Health Nurse in Madison for all she and other nurses have done for the community.
"Thank you for recognizing National Nurses Week," said Dolan. "I salute all nurses that have gotten us to this point and those that will continue to lead the profession ahead".
"Nurses are thinkers and doers and during this current crisis I feel that many have carried the emotional burden of COVID-19 for so many of their patients and their families. I salute them and my sincere appreciation and upmost respect goes to them. They are the true heroes", she said.
"I am grateful to be Madison's public health person", said Dolan.
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