National Grateful Patient Day
National Grateful Patient Day, September 7th, gives the opportunity to show appreciation for the medical industry's hardworking employees. The day also honors those who are receiving life-giving medical services, including families and caregivers. In addition, the day honors the indomitable spirit of these brave patients who are grateful to be alive.
Thankfulness is a power of hope as a result. The gift of gratitude gives the recipient a boost of confidence as well. However, it also inspires anyone who hears the tale. This day includes anyone who has ever felt a healing touch, with the example of a grateful patient.
How to have a happy patient day
www.gratefulpatient.org The day encourages Grateful Patients to visit www.gratefulpatient.org They may soon begin sharing their inspirational stories of hope. Patients may take a moment on September 7th to thank their families, doctors, or nurses. Patients may want to express appreciation to the medical researchers and pharmaceutical companies that played a vital role in their recovery. Send a note or an email. Some will even make a phone call. Also, use the hashtag #gratefulpatient in a social media post.
History of a grateful patient day is the proud patient day of the United States
Rolf Benirschke, a football player, was involved in a match on Sunday. But more importantly, he fought his own personal battle against ulcerative colitis, ostomy surgery, and Hepatitis C—from his numerous blood transfusions. It almost cost him his life. He came as a patient who dedicated his life to patient advocacy. Rolf became passionate about advancing science and innovation related to future therapies.
Rolf's remarkable and nearly impossible comeback to the NFL after his injury was September 7, 1980. The Chargers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 34-13 thanks to his two field goals and four extra points.