Saturday, April 21, 2018

Awards

Balloons and bills make Service First winners

Baptist Corporate Linda Stutts, the Service First winner from Corporate, proves character can’t be bought. When she found a $20 bill and all attempts to find the owner failed, she donated the money to the Baptist Memorial Health …

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DAISY winners: Angels or nurses?

Frightened patients with chronic illnesses found peaceful comfort in the hands of the recent NEA Baptist  DAISY winners. Cynthia Lindstrom, RN, 5 West “Cindy’s confidence gave us confidence.  I’m not sure she isn’t an angel.  We were blessed …

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DAISY winners practice tender compassion

Two recent DAISY winners pulled heart strings while caring for patients. At Baptist Memphis on 5 East, Stephanie Clark, RN, cared for a dying patient, leaving an indelible mark on the family and pastor. “She was so caring, …

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Baptist Golden Triangle PR team brings home top honors

The Baptist Golden Triangle public relations team brought home six “Maggie” awards from the Mississippi Hospital Association Society for Health Care Marketing and Public Relations. The Baptist team received two Awards of Excellence, three Maggie Awards and Best …

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Tribute honors 60-year nursing legacy

Baptist Women’s Hospital has honored nurse Barbara Helms for her 60 years of service through a new award, The Barbara Helms Tribute Award. Posted in the pediatric emergency department, the award will recognize Baptist team members whose work …

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Baptist team member wins iPad for password self-service

Baptist team member Terry Pugh won the iPad for enrolling in the new password self-service tool. Even though his daily work — to ensure that the operating rooms are fully supplied — doesn’t revolve around a computer, he nonetheless followed up …

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DAISY winners know the meaning of compassion

When patients are in distress or face a helpless situation, these DAISY winners instinctively know what to do. Congratulations Cassie and Ron! Baptist DeSoto Cassie Epperson, an RN in the Emergency department at Baptist DeSoto, literally took the …

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