Nurse dating patient family
Since you know what department she was working in and when...You can go to the florist and hand write a note to be attached with flowers sent to her.There shouldn’t be any conflict from legal perspective.However, It is a simple case of florence Nigthingale effect.I'm merely a care aide, yet an almost 92 year old man has taken a bit of a liking to me. Firstly you need to find out if she is 'available' and secondly you need analyse her connection to you.Did she give off any signals that she was interested in you or was she merely doing her job with your relative?Outside, I gave him my phone number and asked him to call if he wanted to get together. Go to the hospital with your business card or your phone number on a piece of paper, and tell her you would like to speak with her, in private, for a moment.
You do need to remember that nurses are just doing their job.
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I seemed to make a connection with a nurse that was caring for a family member at the hospital recently but I never really found the right time to ask for her number or ask her out before discharge.