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February DAISY Winner- Natalie Feliciano

Posted on April 22, 2022

Welcoming a new baby is a joyful time. However, if complications arise after birth for the mother or baby, it can quickly become worrisome. Our February DAISY winner is Natalie Feliciano, a newborn nursery nurse, who made sure a family’s trying time was as tolerable as possible during the experience.  Her co-worker, who nominated Natalie […]


Three is Company

Posted on April 21, 2022

Laughter and Lunch Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center is more than a hospital for some people. It’s the foundation for lasting friendships. Such is the case for Carol Bell, Janet Campbell and Rebecca Valentine. The three women have volunteered together for more than fifteen years. They start each Wednesday by volunteering in the gift shop […]


January DAISY Award Winner- Jessica Acuff

Posted on April 20, 2022

A hospital stay can be scary. A hospital stay without the company of a loved one can be scarier. Our January DAISY award winner, Jessica Acuff, a nurse on 7N, realized this and went above and beyond trying to contact her patient’s family that was not in the area, spending countless hours attempting to track […]


December DAISY Award Winner- Deborah Hutchings

Posted on March 14, 2022

Our February DAISY Award winner, Deborah Hutchings, is truly the definition of excellence. Deborah, a RN on 3W, made an impact on not only her patient but her fellow co-workers! Deborah was nominated by a co-worker for going above and beyond to care for her patient. The patient did not have any family or friends […]


November DAISY Award Winner – Sydney Johnson

Posted on December 23, 2021

Meet our November DAISY Award winner, Sydney Johnson!


Peer Recovery Navigators Help Patients with Substance Use Disorders

Posted on December 10, 2021

Covenant Health and Knox County Health Department have announced a new peer recovery initiative to help those with substance use disorders who need emergency care.