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Daisy Award Nomination


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Southwest Health nurses are now eligible for the DAISY Award, an international program that rewards and celebrates the extraordinary skills and compassionate care nurses give daily.

The DAISY award was established in memory of Patrick Barnes, who died at age 33 from complications of an auto-immune disease. The care he and his family received from nurses while he was ill inspired the Diseases Attacking the Immune System award.

Twice a year, the council will review nominations and determine DAISY award recipients based on key criteria (which align with Southwest Health values). Winners will each receive a special certificate, lapel pin, and hand-carved sculpture.

Visit the DAISY Foundation website to learn more.

To nominate a Southwest Health nurse, please complete the following nomination form:

DAISY Award Nomination
Nurse's Name
Nurse's Name
Please provide information about why you are nominating this nurse (ex: clinical skill, compassionate care, exceptional service, commitment to patients, etc)
Your Name
Your Name
Nominator's Relation to the Nurse
Terms & Conditions
By submitting this form and nominating a nurse, I agree that my story may be shared with the nominee, co-workers of Southwest Health and the DAISY Foundation.

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Previous DAISY Award Winners