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We recognize and celebrate the skilled and compassionate service that more than 4,000 Norton Healthcare nurses provide to our patients every day. We thank you for giving so selflessly of yourselves for the good of others. The work you do and the manner in which you do it is not only worthy of special recognition, it is truly remarkable.

From this page, you can access important nursing resource information, stay up to date on the latest health care news, register for continuing education activities and discover exciting new career opportunities.

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