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Monday, May 6th is National Nurses Day and kicks off National Nurses Week ending on May 12th, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. At Reproductive Medicine Institute (RMI) we appreciate the critical role that infertility nurses and other care providers play on a daily basis. From our Oak Brook and Bloomingdale offices to Chicago, Oak Lawn, Evanston, Elmhurst, and Northbrook locations, we say thank you to our nurses who all share a dedicated and personal commitment to our patients.

“Being in this environment really opened up my eyes to the struggle that patients endure. I have a passion for helping people reach their goal of starting or continuing a family. Nothing makes me happier than to see a patient walk back through the door after a successful pregnancy and delivery,” offered Annie Miller, Clinical Nurse Manager at RMI.

Andrea D. wrote on our Facebook page recently, “This place and its people are amazing. Most people would not have their families if not for the hard work, patience and love they show each case. From the complex to the not so complex issues they work with their patients to find what works for them.”

Would you like to share you experience with your RMI nurse and provide a quick note of appreciation this week?

Post a comment to our Reproductive Medicine Institute Facebook page or email us privately at to share your story. We would love to hear from you this week to help show our appreciation for our RMI nurse team.

What to learn more about National Nurses Week? Visit the American Nurses Association (ANA).

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