- A patient at Adventist Health US was scheduled for surgery and got scared moments before her procedure
- She repeatedly said she did not want to die, and this made three nurses to step in and sing a gospel song for her so her heart could find some peace
- The heartwarming video was sighted by Legit.ng after it was shared on Instagram
Health practitioners are soldiers who show up to the battlefield in masks, scrubs and white coats.
They hold our hands at our weakest moments, pray with us when our hearts fret and smile with us when we feel better.
A group of nurses in Bakersfield, US, have been deemed as heroes after they sang a woman out of her misery and fear before she was wheeled into the theatre.
The lady was scheduled for surgery but she was afraid.
She did not want to die and was a ball of nerves for a while as she thought of the worst case scenarios of her surgery.
But Alex Blanca, Alvin Tomas, Dana Tomas and Eilene Pham had her back and new that the best way to calm the patient down was to return to the source, to return to God.
So, the three started singing popular gospel song How Great Thou Art.
With soothing voices, the trio melodiously praised God and said prayers through their song.
The hospital’s communication expert Megan Simpson said:
“These associates were there to care for this patient's body, but they realized she also needed her mind and soul treated with love. So, they found a beautiful piece of common ground: song.”
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a young girl identified as Isobel Fletcher was left smiling after nurses performed an impromptu dance routine.
The ballet-obsessed five-year-old girl has been battling cancer and the nurses thought it wise to come up with the best dance moves to cheer her up.
In a video shared by Daily Mail, the hospital staff identified as Dr Baylon Kamalarajan and colleague Emma Mander could be seen tiptoeing while wearing official ballet outfits.