Don’t Judge: Tattoo Life

At Next Move we believe that at the core of any good nurse is a desire to provide the best patient care possible. We don’t judge on appearance or on a chosen form of expression. We think tattoos are awesome, we have some ourselves! Feel free to share this with your fellow tattooed healthcare workers. ❤ ❤ ❤ #tattooednurses #tattoos #tattoo

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