Homeless Man Goes To The Hospital, Staff Soon Realize That He’s Not Alone

In the daily working routine, the nurse is the mediator of the nursing and healthcare team in several dramatic situations. Therefore, they have to use several strategies to deal with these situations. Being a nurse is not without its challenges. It’s a demanding profession that requires a lot of dedication and commitment.

However, with such a physically and expressively challenging profession, it must come as a great relief to experience moments of clean and humble joy such as this one, this was shared by Brazilian nurse Cris Mamprim.

Image credits: Cris Mamprim

Cris was working at Hospital Regional Alto Vale, in the southern state of Santa Catarina, Brazil. So at 3 AM which was a Sunday morning, she was engaging with her night shift rounds. She saw that a homeless man called César was admitted to the hospital in order to receive medication for an ongoing illness which he has been fighting.

It did not take much time for her to realize that César was having difficulties with his life. At the same time, she realizes that he is not short of friends.

Image credits: Cris Mamprim

There was an innocent group of four fellows were at the hospital door. They were patiently and sadly waiting while César was receiving his treatments. Cris understood that César is the one who is looking after these dogs. Therefore, César goes without meals and make sure that these dogs bellies are full before him.

“They are all well taken care of and chubby,” Cris told The Dodo. “Seeing them like that, waiting at the door, only shows how much they are cared for and loved.”

Image credits: Cris Mamprim

Fortunately, César was getting back to his normal condition. Staff invited the dogs so they could be by his side. Staff also gave meals to César so that he can share food with his pals. “Believe me, he ate some and saved a bit to give the dogs later,” Cris said.

Being a good person is important in life, when you give good out into the world you will receive it back. It doesn’t depend on your religion, your race or your skin color or your culture. It depends on how good is your heart and how good you treat others.