Video Library

Several major initiatives are on the To Do list in 2022

President/CEO and Founder Betty Long previews three initiatives the company is undertaking in 2022. They involve ROI reporting, Guardian Nurses University and Season Three of her “Lighting the Way” podcast.

Despite COVID-19 the company kept growing and serving patients

President/CEO and Founder Betty Long tells how her team of nurses pivoted to help patients get what they needed from the healthcare system during a global pandemic.

A surgical error nicked Aja King’s vocal cords

Guardian Nurses became her voice, then helped her get her own voice back. Aja had access to Guardian Nurses Healthcare Advocates as a benefit of her membership in AFSCME District Council 47.

Tami McMoran’s intestine was punctured during an appendectomy

Guardian Nurses advocated for her and supported her husband during a three-month, life-or-death ordeal. Tami had access to Guardian Nurses Healthcare Advocates as a benefit of her employment at Firstrust Bank.

A broker and her client tell what makes our advocacy services unique

Hear from Colleen Davenport, Senior Vice President for Employee Benefits at Conner Strong & Buckelew, and her client, Helen Marshall, Executive Vice President for Human Resources at Campus Apartments.

Impact of Our Mobile Care Coordinator® Program

Our unique, high-touch population health program is having a tremendous impact. Patient outcomes are significantly improved and claims are significantly reduced for the self-insured unions and companies we serve.

We offer responsive individualized care

When a medical crisis occurs, we step in to provide families and individuals with the medical care and support they need — not cookie-cutter solutions.

15th Anniversary Celebration for Guardian Nurses

Guardian Nurses celebrated its 15th year of improving patient outcomes and lowering healthcare costs with an anniversary party on November 10 in Philadelphia.

Experienced staff genuinely cares

Most staff members have 20+ years of nursing experience but medical know-how is just a start. It also takes empathy, compassion, genuine caring and a sense of humor to be a Guardian Nurse.

How Did Guardian Nurses Get Started?

Betty Long saw how hard it is for ordinary people to deal with the healthcare system when she stepped in to help a hospitalized uncle and his wife.

Betty Long on TV’s ‘HealthSmart’

Host Keira McGuire interviews Betty Long, RN, MHA, about “Five Tips to Make Your Doctor’s Visit More Effective” on the WITF-TV show HealthSmart.

“Why I Started Guardian Nurses”

While assisting elderly family members, Betty Long saw the difficulty they had navigating the healthcare system. They needed a patient advocate.

“How Guardian Nurses Helped Me”

Patients and families speak candidly about the healthcare problems they faced and how Guardian Nurses helped them get what they needed from the healthcare system.

Betty Long on TV’s ‘Power Your Life’

TV host Dr. Jo Anne White interviews Betty Long, Guardian Nurses President/CEO, about “Patient Advocacy in Healthcare” on the show Power Your Life, March 26, 2014.