- 2 nurses from a local hospital are receiving an influx of love and support after they went above and beyond the call of duty
- Mpho Mopeli shared a video of the nurses singing to console her toddler who was rushed to the hospital after hurting her hand
- In the video, the nurses tenderly aided the little one as she looked up at them and listened to their beautiful singing
Mpho Rakgadi'a Keke Mopeli shared her lovely experience at the Mofumahadi Manapo Mopeli Hospital recently. Two nurses who attended to Mpho and her little one began singing to console her.
Mpho took her daughter to the hospital after she hurt her hand while she was playing. According to Mpho, she wasn't able to calm her little one down with her own singing. The two nurses decided to start singing to console the toddler.
Mpho said that once her little one heard their singing she calmed down and stopped crying completely. A video of the nurses consoling the toddler was shared by Mpho to Facebook before being re-shared to the #ImStaying group by Dbk Khumalo.
Take a look at the heartwarming clip below:
Briefly.co.za took to the #ImStaying group to see what Saffas had to say about the amazing nurses.
Firoz Khan wrote:
"These guys are true, dedicated ANGELS, look at how gentle and caring they are, that the baby is so relaxed... WELL DONE GUYS WE NEED MORE OF YOU, YOU MAKE OUR PROFESSION SHINE."
Stella Molefe said:
"Awesome beyond the word itself, powerful hymn."
Linelle Prinsloo commented:
"They're real angels that love their patients."
Phindile Mthimkhulu added:
"Going beyond the duty... Keep up the good work guyz."
In other news about nurses making waves. Briefly.co.za recently reported on a beautiful lady who became a nurse at the hospital she cleaned for 10 years. They say everything is possible if you just believe. Well, that is the story of a young lady who refused to just stick to cleaning the offices but went for something much more.
She finally has achieved her dream 10 years down the line and we all could not be prouder. Jaines Andrades worked for Baystate Health as a cleaner but always had a dream of becoming a nurse and so she kept on working hard and at the same time studying for her dream.
Through her cleaning job, she was able to fund her studies and 10 years she got a job at the same place she started as a cleaner 10 years ago. She went on social to inspire others sharing her work badges, from the old to present, accompanying the photo with a powerful message.
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