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Posts categorized as “Daisy Award Recipients”

October DAISY Award Winner – Allie Desonier

Posted on November 21, 2017

The patient was thankful for the genuine compassion and empathy Labor and Delivery nurse Allie Desonier, RN, showed her.


September Daisy Award Winner – Alex Wolff

Posted on October 16, 2017

Emergency nurse Alex Wolff was nominated for the DAISY Award by a patient’s family for taking care of their loved one after an unexpected accident sent them to the hospital. The patient and his family were impressed by Alex’s superior level of empathy and care. They noted that Alex acted as an example of how […]


August Daisy Award Winner – Savannah Coker

Posted on September 15, 2017

Nursery worker Savannah Coker, RN, was nominated by a patient for providing compassionate care after the birth of her child. Savannah supported the patient as she faced issues with breastfeeding by offering advice and encouragement throughout her stay at the hospital. The patient was thankful for Savannah’s helpful attitude in her first few days as […]


July Daisy Award Winner – Christal Hadorn

Posted on August 9, 2017

Nursery worker Christal Hadorn, RN, was nominated by a patient for delivering outstanding care to her newborn during her stay at Fort Sanders Regional. The patient was concerned about her daughter’s health, but Christal was very proactive and kept Mom up to date on everything happening with the baby until she was able to go […]


June Daisy Award Winner – Amanda Dunn

Posted on July 3, 2017

Amanda was recognized by both the patient and his spouse for going above and beyond to deliver incredible care. They noted that Amanda always took the time to explain everything she was doing and constantly had a smile on her face. Their stay in the hospital was made better because of Amanda’s positive attitude and […]


May Daisy Award Winner – Ashlyn Cota

Posted on June 3, 2017

Ashlyn was nominated by a fellow coworker for going above and beyond to help a non-English speaking patient and her family. The patient was struggling to learn how to manage a newly diagnosed, complicated condition. Despite the challenging language barrier, Ashlyn remained dedicated to helping the patient understand and manage her condition on her own.