ER Nurses Reach Out To A Struggling Mother That Is Going Through Hard Times

Jenn Ross is an emergency room monitor technician at the Henrico Doctor’s Hospital whose 6-year-old son was just recently diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. Her co-workers gathered and put together a wonderful gift for her and her son. The reaction of which was absolutely PRICELESS!

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Hospital worker gets emotional ER surpriseAn emergency room monitor technician at Henrico Doctor’s Hospital could not hold back her tears when her co-workers came together to help her in her family’s time of need. Jenn Ross’ six-year-old son was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a rare form of childhood cancer.Full story here: the start of Jenn’s shift Monday, her co-workers gathered to give the hard-working monitor tech a Christmas surprise.”Everyone is here because we love you,” nurse manager Susan Moore began. “You have been through more in the last few years than most of us have been through in a lifetime. You have handled it with pride and with grace. Things that would have knocked us to our knees, you have stood up to. We want to honor you tonight. So we’re giving you this gift.”After handing Jenn a Christmas gift for Jaquan Jr., Moore handed Jenn a large card that was “from all of us.””You are our hero,” Moore continued. “And here are 3,000 ways we want to show you.”Inside the card were $3,000 worth of gift cards to local stores, gas stations and restaurants.”We are hoping this will help you and your family. We love you,” Moore said.Jenn began to cry, consumed in the emotions of the moment.”I feel loved. I really didn’t expect it,” Jenn said about the surprise. “I see it on TV all the time, people helping other people, I never thought it would happen to me.”

Posted by WTVR CBS 6 News on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

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