Nurse proudly serves Mzansi and is motived by patients' gratitude

Nurse proudly serves Mzansi and is motived by patients' gratitude

- Melita Moate is a proud nurse who loves her job and the gratitude of her patient's is what motivates her

- She has a beautiful smile which contributes to her bedside manner which would probably help her patients to recover faster

- South Africans love her attitude and showered her post with praise

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Melita Moate is a nurse and proud to serve her fellow citizens, she took to Facebook and shared her feelings in the #ImStaing group.

She said that she is motivated to do good each time a patient says "thank you". Her post struck a chord with her fellow South Africans who loved what she does and what she said.

Here is her post, she has a beautiful smile:

"Serving with pride, every time when a patient say "" thank you "... It motivates me to do more good❤️#I'mStaying"
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Nurse proudly serves Mzansi and is motived by patients' gratitude.

Melita Moate is proud to serve Mzansi and her patient's gratitude is reward enough. Photo credit: Facebook/Melita Moate
Source: Facebook

Facebook users loved her attitude and showered her with praise in the comments section:

Emilie Roets:

" I can identify with that! Well done for you! Gratitude inspires!"

Marianne Lotter:

"Thank you! You are so beautiful too."

Russouw Motlhampe:

"Thank you so much for your positive attitude towards work.May our good Lord continue to bless you."

Martin Phillips:

"Absolutely true. I encourage everyone to do the same. A word of thanks goes a long way. Even those that upset us sometimes at state institutions. You might think I'm crazy but believe me I have been called back many times and even those rotten apples would apologise. Try it mean it, it works wonders.THANK YOU."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that passionate nurses are truly angels in human form. A young mom, Babalwa Mlandu, recently proved this to be true after she took to Facebook's ImStaying group to praise a young healthcare worker.

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Babalwa shared a clip of the young man sweetly humming a song to the baby, who she explains was getting blood withdrawn for some tests. She also explained how the baby had initially been screaming but was soon soothed by the patient nurse.

"Today they wanted blood from my boy Milisa, he was screaming. The guy started to sing for him, he listened until the guy finished. I was so impressed, some people were called to what they do, for this #ImStaying," she wrote.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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