DAISY Award Recipient There ‘During the Hardest Times’

Pictured from left: Christine Buckley, RN, associate chief nursing officer; Linda Roche, RN, clinical coordinator; Cheri Nystedt, RN; Wanda McNiff, RN; Cheryl Killoran, RN, nurse educator; Michelle Tivnan, RN; Nancy Beaudoin, RN; Paula Pigeon, RN; Martine Wright, RN; Sherry Rano, RN; Ellen Rushlow, RN; Kacie McGinnis, RN; and Donna Mann, RN, nurse manager.  Right photo: Paulette Seymour-Route, RN, interim chief nursing officer, left, and Nancy Beaudoin, RN

Congratulations to Nancy Beaudoin, RN, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), who was presented with the DAISY Award at a special celebration held earlier this week. Nancy was nominated by the family of a newborn she cared for over the course of several weeks in the NICU. While attending the DAISY celebration, the family shared their story and thanked Nancy and all the NICU caregivers for the care their baby received. “Nancy was so caring, treating our daughter as one of her own and always bringing smiles to our faces even during the hardest times,” they said. “She reminded us to be hopeful and patient with our little one. Nancy and all the nurses gave us the chance we needed to become a family.” The DAISY award rewards and celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care nurses provide every day. Nominate a nurse today.

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