Gifts for Nurses

Does your family have a special nurse or two? Maybe you or your loved one started dialysis this year, so you’ve relied upon your dialysis nurse for support and education. Or maybe you have a home nurse who’s really made a difference in your life. Maybe you’ve got a favorite floor nurse who’s in your file as a permanent request any time you’re admitted. Looking for a way to show your appreciation, but need some ideas? Well I am here to help!

Personalized, Stamped Stethoscope ID Tag

Pink Stethoscope with a metal, stamped tag.

These are adorable. They are hand-stamped and slip right around your favorite nurse’s stethoscope. $9.00

Organ Hand Sanitizer Holders

A group of hand sanitizer holders with different organs, like kidneys, lungs, etc.

Personalizable with a name, our organ sanitizers are great for nurses in specialty clinics. We can also make them with initials instead of organs! $12 at Wallypop.

Personalized Badge Reel

Resin Badge Reel that's sparkly pink with initals LPN.

These are available in a range of colors and patterns, and can be personalized with your favorite nurse’s initials, or her professional designation. $9.50

Wine Glass

Wine Glass with Vinyl lettering with a prescription for wine.

This wine glass cracked me up when I happened across it. If your nurse enjoys wine after work, this might be the perfect gift. $10.50

Personalized Heartbeat Keychain

embroidered red vinyl with a heart and a heartbeat with an initial

Personalize this keychain with your nurse’s initial. Can be made in any color – or even sparkly if that’s what you prefer. Show your nurse that you appreciate her or his heart. $7

Personalized Water Bottle

Lidded, insulated cups in three colors with a stethoscope and name in vinyl

I don’t know any nurse who doesn’t carry a water bottle with them. Show your nurse your appreciation with these personalized, insulated, reusable cups. About $17.

Author: sarahtar

Hi, I am Sarah, owner of Wallypop (wallypop.net) and Boulevard Designs (boulevarddesigns.etsy.com). I homeschool, work from home, and, along with my husband, raise 3 kids, one of whom has special and medical needs. Turn ons are people who are polite, honesty, and really good root beer. Turn offs are mean people and people who make my life more difficult.

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