A huge 'thank you' message has been mowed into the lawn at the Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital in Cramlington.
It's not the only attraction outside the wards. Last year, a group of doctors used their own money to buy daffodil bulbs, which they planted around the grounds. Now, they have sprouted to make a beautiful border for the 'thank you' message to NHS workers.
Dr David Cowen, an anaesthetist with Northumbria NHS Trust, wanted to enrich the grounds for staff and visitors. With help from donations, he bought thousands of bulbs to plant around the hospital last year.
Volunteers agree it seems appropriate for them to be flourishing now, in a time of crisis.
The police have also said a special 'thank you' to staff in Cramlington with a huge round of applause.
And on social media, messages of support, motivation and gratitude flood in too.