Bon Secours health care thank yous

Thank Our Health Care Team with a Special Message!

Apr 2 2020

Health care teams throughout our nation are currently showing us what it means to be great. Their commitment to serve during the COVID-19 outbreak and their dedication to care is not going unnoticed.

Lots of you have been asking for a way to thank members of our health care teams publicly with a special message or personal note. We’ve got you covered!

Follow these three steps to personally thank our Bon Secours health care heroes:

  1. Print out this form
  2. Write your special message on it
  3. Take a picture of your form and post it online using the hashtag #MyHeroesWearScrubs

It’s that simple! We will be compiling the messages we receive and sharing them here.

If you don’t have a printer but still want to send a thank you message, you can take a photo with a handwritten note and post it online with #MyHeroesWearScrubs or email it to

These messages will also be shared with the health care teams and leaders from all of our facilities. It will be a very special way for these individuals to receive some much-needed love and joy during this time.

Related Posts


Post a Comment

patricia owens

Thank you for your devotion! Praying for you and your family. May God bless you!!
April 02nd, 2020 | 4:54pm

Gladys Nunnally

Thank you all God Bless you all
April 02nd, 2020 | 5:48pm

Barbara W Joyner

My prayers are with all the nurses, Doctors, and everyone that is risking there lives for us. May God keep each one of you safe. Words are hard to find to express how grateful we are for each and everyone of you.
April 03rd, 2020 | 7:53am

Joan Hopkins

To: Everyone who is working in the Hospital risking your lives to save and protect us,especially during this time, My prayers go out to you and your families, please stay safe. GOD BLESS YOU ALL
April 20th, 2020 | 3:17pm

Honora Reger

My husband and I were so happy to see the lights on the building tonight! A beautiful thank you to all the wonderful people working there. Also, we see it as a symbol of HOPE. We have a bird’s eye view from the 12th floor of 5100 Monument Ave. and always appreciate the lights at Christmas as well. May the light of Christ be with all of you at St. Mary’s as you do God’s work. Be blessed and safe. Thank you. Norey and Ron Reger
April 20th, 2020 | 9:37pm

Leave A Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Please review our Terms of Use before commenting.