A patient has praised nurses at his local hospital for going above and beyond to make his stay comfortable. They even dressed in Tshivenda traditional attire to lift his spirits.
Isaac Wa Ha Mammburu shared his story on the "ImStaying" group on Facebook. He said he has not been feeling well in recent days but the nurses reassured him. They made him feel comfortable and relaxed in the hospital.
"I really felt Proudly South African"
Social media users appreciated the positive story and sent messages of praise and support. Facebook user Rido Wa Ha Mafunisa said:
Eleanor Mathole-Khiba said:
"Mzansi fosho, proudly South Africa"
Judith Dube said:
"Looking great ladies.#Iamstaying"
M Beryl Pillay said:
"Absolutely cool nurses...love them. PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICANS TOGETHER"
Sbusisiwe Newearth Ndlovu said:
"Wow beautiful mzansi"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman shared an inspiring story about how a nurse went beyond her call of duty to help her. The woman's baby was sick and they were admitted to the hospital for two weeks. The mother was exhausted by the ordeal and a kind nurse at Ampath Sunninghill offered to take the baby for a walk. This kind act allowed the mother to catch her breath and take a break.
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