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10 hilarious note cards for nurses

We nurses have our own brand of humor, don’t we? After all, if you’re not laughing, you just may be crying! If you’re trying to find a way to brighten up a nurse’s day or you’re looking for a smile or two yourself, you may like these great greeting and note cards we found:

 

1. Let’s make something clear…
How many times have we been tempted to say something like this to a visitor or patient who dismisses you and asks to speak to a doctor?

Do you want to speak to the doctor in charge, or the nurse who actually knows what’s going on?

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Marijke Durning

Marijke is a professional writer who began her working career as a registered nurse over 25 years ago. After working in clinical areas ranging from rehab to intensive care, as a floor nurse to a supervisor, she found she could combine her extensive health knowledge with her love of writing. Although she has been published in a wide variety of publications for professionals and the general public, her passion is writing for the every day person to promote health literacy.
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19 Responses to 10 hilarious note cards for nurses

  1. Helen Marshall

    Love the hat in # 4 and love the part about a 2 hour lunch.

    Had a GI doc ask me once why he had so many nurse patients that had bowel problems. I looked at him and said “Well, if you have to go to the bathroom and someone isn’t breathing, which do you attend to first?” (I didn’t say anything about the ‘taking 10 mninutes to eat cheetos for lunch or the downing a can of Ensure at 2100 because you didn’t get dinner or…)You can’t hit them with a stick, but you would really like to.

    • choumont RN

      yep! i can go all day without going to the bathroom but run thru the house to my bathroom as soon as i pull into the garage!!! never fails!

  2. Dawn

    LOVE IT!!

  3. Grecia

    I’m in my first semester of nursing and Pharmacology is one of the current classes I’m taking. I’m so printing this and giving it to my nursing professor.

  4. This really made me laugh – keep them coming

  5. jazzrider56

    Love it!!!!!

  6. Teresa

    love this one. it’s true too. A successfull night is that my patients are still a live by the morning!!

  7. Janet

    A successful shift is one that no one died, no one got put in restraints, and you lived through it.

  8. MaryAnn

    Loved all cards n where can I get them?

  9. MaryAnn

    Loved them all!Where can I purchase them!

  10. Karen Bice

    Many years ago I had a surgical intern w/me while I was inserting a foley cath–I had a little contest going on with the interns. I could insert them so quickly and do the surgical prep but if the interns wanted to they only had two minutes—then I took over–too much wasted time—this was on a female—when I asked him if he knew how to “do this”?–he said, “yep, I’m married!”.
    I THOUGHT I WOULD FALL OVER!! I gently told him that he was thinking about the wrong “orifice”.
    (It took him longer than two minutes–I took over…..)

  11. Debi

    Nurse Debi says; If I have to pull up my big girl panties and deal with it one more time the elastic is going to break and I really will have to show my a**

  12. LMAO !! I love your comment Nurse Debi…..

  13. choumont RN

    Love this one!!! i found a tee shirt once that said “Nurses; we are here to save your a%% not kiss it!” Now dont get me wrong, i love love love being a nurse, but sometimes there is that one patient or family member that stretches your last ounce of patience!!! I always try to remember to look at it from their side of the table!

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  15. BElegant

    I’m Tired says it all I must have repeated it the whole twelve hour shift.

  16. Camoflahj

    I cannot brlieve thst going to the bathroom whenever you want was not on the retired list! I used to laugh in school whrn told I needed a strong bladder. I thought “how incompetent are you that you can’t find time to urinate”? And, yes, I ate thise words many, many, many times!

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