In an ad running this week in multiple publications, the AHA and its American Organization of Nurse Executives subsidiary thank the 5.5 million men and women “who are always there, ready to care” in America’s hospitals and health systems. This is National Hospital Week and National Nurses Week. The ad will appear in Modern Healthcare, Politico, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal. AHA also released a video celebrating the men and women of America’s hospitals. 

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