National Nurses Week – May 6th-12th

Nurses Week is a celebration of all the nurses worldwide for the work they do, providing life-saving, compassionate care.

It’s a week we have to thank the nursing assistants, practical nurses, and registered nurses who care for us.

Learn more about what IntelyCare is doing in 2022 to recognize our nurses!

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Celebrating the Inclusion of All Nurses

This year, we want to make sure ALL nurses are being recognized and celebrated. That is why IntelyCare is changing the name to Nursing Professionals Week. Whether you are a CNA, LPN, RN, or NP, this week is for you. Your dedication, compassion, and hard work do not go unnoticed. 

Read more about how IntelyCare is reimagining Nursing Professionals Week on our blog.


Creating Experiences to Remember

Instead of giving our nursing professionals the same old cold pizza party and a “Healthcare Heroes” banner, we asked what would really make them feel appreciated. They told us that they really want the space to actually unwind and rejuvenate and some time to focus on their education and careers. We are hosting the Intely@Sea Cruise to give our nursing professionals exactly that. On the cruise, they will get 5 days to step back from the extreme pressure and stress of their jobs and have access to free CE courses from top subject matter experts.  

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Standing with Nurses

We acknowledge that Nursing Professionals Week is not just about celebrating, but also about continuing the hard work of advocacy on behalf of nurses. The 200th anniversary of nursing as a profession was in 2020. Due to COVID-19, there was no celebration and it was postponed again in 2021. The time is now to recognize the sacrifice nursing professionals have made, especially those who lost their lives while caring for others during the pandemic. The Nurses March is pushing for action to commemorate and memorialize the work of our nurses. You can read the complete mission statement here. IntelyCare is sponsoring the event and will be on-site to stand with our nursing professionals. We’ll also have a statement from our Chief Clinical Officer, Rebecca Love MSN, RN, FIEL, in support of our nursing professionals. 

Enter to Win Free Gales Shoes

Gales Shoes Giveaway

Nursing professionals walk an average 4-5 miles per shift. IntelyCare has partnered with Gales Shoes to support you with every step you take. We will be giving away 300 pairs of shoes! The contest runs through May 21st, don’t miss your chance!

Download our Free IntelyEdu Course

We want to give every nursing professional the opportunity to earn free, easy-to-access educational resources. So, for a limited time during Nursing Professionals Week, IntelyCare is making the IntelyEdu Post-Acute Care Competency Training (PACCT) 100% free to all nursing professionals – not just our IntelyPros. This course bundle is worth 20 CE hours and is available for free through 5/13 when you use the promo code nursesweek22

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Celebrating Our Nursing Professionals – Every Day of the Year!

IntelyCare believes that Nursing Professionals deserve to be recognized and celebrated all year round. Throughout the year we’re always looking for ways to support, express gratitude, and bring joy to our nurses!

Why Work at IntelyCare?

As a W2 worker, you get all the benefits of a full-time IntelyCare employee. We contribute to your payroll taxes, add more security with workers’ compensation insurance, and even give you the chance to participate in healthcare and retirement benefits. Plus, we provide Daily Pay, so you can have access to pay right after your shift.

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Daily Pay & Direct Deposit

DailyPay & Direct Deposit

Workers Compensation

Workers Compensation

Retirement Benefits

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Malpractice Insurance

Malpractice Insurance

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Unlimited Bonuses

How Did Nurses Week Start?

National Nurses Week can be traced back to 1953 when it was proposed as a single day by Dorothy Sutherland of the US Department of Health. Nurse Day was first celebrated in May of 1954 to honor Florence Nightingale’s (pictured right) work in the Crimean War.

But it wasn’t until May 6th of 1982 that a National Recognition Day for Nurses was finally officially declared, thanks to an effort led by the American Nurses Association. By 1993, the ANA Board of Directors agreed on May 6-12th as the annual dates for Nurses Week. Fun Fact: Florence Nightingale’s birthday is May 12th!