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National Nurses Week: "Caring Today for a Healthier Tomorrow"

Here at Spectrum Industries we are committed to "making a difference to the circle-of-care" by manufacturing product that support stationary and mobile technology used within the health care industry.

Since we are embarking on National Nurses Week (May 6 through 12), it only makes sense to thank our nurses, and all health care professional, for their dedication to medicine.

Often described as an art and a science, nursing is a profession that embraces dedicated people with varied interests, strengths and passions because of the many opportunities the profession offers. Nurses work in emergency rooms, school based clinics, and homeless shelters, to name a few; and they have many roles – from staff nurse to educator to nurse practitioner and nurse researcher – and serve all of them with passion for the profession and with a strong commitment to patient safety.
This year’s theme for National Nurses Week is “Caring Today for a Healthier Tomorrow.”

For more information on Spectrum's health care products visit our website to contact your local sales representative or view Spectrum Industries Custom Solutions PowerPoint on SlideShare.

Also visit Spectrum Industries at the American Telemedicine Association 2010 (ATA) Booth #1527. Spectrum Territory Sales Manager, Sue Emerson, will be featuring a Telemedicine Cart.

ATA is next weekend, May 16th - 18th, at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, TX.
Be sure to visit Sue at Booth #1527 to see what’s new at Spectrum Industries.


Thank you to all the nurses—retired and practicing—caring today for a healthier tomorrow!
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