My RE’s office is not a big clinic. I have been a patient since June of this year. There is just one RE and about four nurses on staff. I am assigned an indivdual nurse who manages my case and responds to phone calls I may make if she is there that day (otherwise, any available nurse will call me back).
It is my RE who does any monitoring appointments accompanied with whatever nurse is on staff that day.
I was thinking about getting something small for my nurse as a gift for the holidays. In your opinion, based on what I’ve said here, would that be reasonable or is it inappropriate to get your nurse anything for the holidays? How much would you spend and what type of gift would you get? I know nothing about her personal life so it would need to be generic…maybe even a $25 VISA gift card or something with some chocolates.
Opinions and ideas welcome. I made chocolate almond biscottis on ER for the office and it was so appreciated that one of the gals there hunted me down in the surgical center to hug me…and I didn’t even know this office gals name. So, small gestures have been appreciated.
As for my RE, I think I’d feel awkward to get him anything. We have a bottle of wine that we plan to give him when we do end up with our BFP at graduation…it has meaning behind it. Would you get your RE anything?
Thank you for your feedback!