Five Presbyterian Healthcare nurses are among just 100 nurses throughout North Carolina to make the 2012 coveted Great 100 list. These nurses were selected for their commitment to excellence in nursing care and to advancing the nursing profession:
Donna Brown, RN, clinical coordinator for Mother Baby unit– Presbyterian Hospital
Jean Williams, RN, Mother Baby unit– Presbyterian Hospital
Stacie Poncer, RN, Radiology – Presbyterian Hospital Matthews
Lynn Robison, RN, supervision – Presbyterian Hospital Matthews
Tracie Snuffer, RN, pre-admit – Presbyterian Hospital Huntersville
The award program is organized by The Great 100, Inc., which is a grassroots recognition organization honoring the nursing profession in North Carolina. Nurses are selected by their peers for their continued excellence in patient care and commitment to the nursing profession.
"For several decades The Great 100 has been one of the most prestigious nursing awards to be bestowed in North Carolina. We congratulate our Presbyterian Healthcare nurses for being included among this distinguished group,” said Amy Vance, chief nursing officer for Presbyterian Healthcare. "While I am not surprised that five of our outstanding nurses made this year’s Great 100 list, I am extremely proud of their accomplishments and for the remarkable care they provide to our patients."
All nurses will be recognized at a gala this fall. Based in Greensboro, N.C., The Great 100 was founded in 1988 to honor the nursing profession and to raise money toward nursing education scholarships.
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