2020 National Hospital Week May 10 - 16

National Hospital Week
Where Health Comes First


National Hospital Week 2020 highlights the adage of every hospital, health system and person involved in keeping our communities healthy – that health comes first.

Now more than ever, this important week gives us all the opportunity to highlight our hospitals, health systems and health care workers and the innovative ways they are supporting the needs of their community members during this pandemic.

With that in mind, this year’s celebration of hospitals, health systems and health care workers is taking the form of “A Week of Thanks,” where people can participate from the safety and comfort of their homes while health care heroes go to work fighting against COVID-19. 

Feel free to use our 2020 National Hospital Week resources and help say thanks! NHW logos can be downloaded below.


Additional Resources:

National Hospital Week Digital Toolkit - Please use these messages and graphics to promote your National Hospital Week events and efforts.

A Week of Thanks Shareable Graphics - Please use these graphics to participate in a Week of Thanks and promote your National Hospital Week efforts.

National Hospital Week #MyHospital Template - Download the template for the #MyHospital social media campaign for National Hospital Week.

National Hospital Week Logos - Download National Hospital Week "Where Health Comes First" logos.

Blue Hospital “H” logo - Join us during National Hospital Week in changing your social media profile image to the blue Hospital “H”. Download one for Facebook and one for Twitter.

Hospital H Facebook

Download for Facebook  

 

Hospital H Twitter

Download for Twitter  

 

National Hospital Week always falls on the week (Sunday-Saturday) of Florence Nightingale’s birthday, May 12. Be sure to save the following date. 

  • NHW 2021: May 9-15, 2021

 

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