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Flaget Memorial Hospital honors employees with Daisy, Rose Awards

NC GAZETTE / WBRT RADIO
STAFF REPORT

Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018 — Flaget Memorial Hospital has named its Daisy Award and Rose Award winners for the third quarter of 2018.

The Daisy Award is a nationwide program that celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by nurses every day. Flaget Memorial Hospital is proud to be a Daisy Award Partner, recognizing a nurse with this special honor every quarter.

Lauren Beavers, RN, was honored recently as the Daisy Award recipient. Above from left: Amanda Carey, RN House Manager; Kami Poole-Warder, CNO; Rick VanCise, vice president, Operations; Lauren Beavers, RN, award recipient; Delisa Arnold, RN, director, OB & SNU; Dawn Hill, RN; Jennifer Nolan, president; and Michele Riley, RN, risk manager. Photo submitted.

 

Lauren Beavers, RN, who works in the Flaget Birth Center, received the Daisy Award. Beavers was nominated by a patient of the Flaget Birth Center.

“All were great, but I had Lauren the most,” the patient said when describing the nursing team at Flaget. “Lauren made me more comfortable and less nervous about my entire experience.”

Beavers received a certificate, a Daisy Award pin and a hand-carved stone sculpture.

Gayle Sweeney was recently named the Rose Award recipient at Flaget Memorial Hospital. Above from left, Jennifer Nolan, president; Rick VanCise, vice president, Operations; Michelle Mattingly, director, pharmacy; Cassi Johnson, appointment scheduler; Kami Poole-Warder, CNO; Kacy Perkins, CMA; Gayle Sweeney, office coordinator; Diane Edelen, patient account representative; Tiffany Johnson, scheduler/surgery coordinator; Krista Morris, CMA; Anna Culver, bariatric RN coordinator; Dr. Robert Farrell, weight loss & general surgeon; Rhonda Johnson, appointment scheduler; Hannah Moore, PA-C; and Tiffany Ellingsworth, practice manager. Photo provided.

 

Similar to the Daisy Award, the Rose Award is a program that honors Flaget Memorial Hospital’s non-nursing personnel. The Rose Award, short for Recognition of Service Excellence, celebrates unsung heroes who work tirelessly to provide the best possible service.

Gayle Sweeney, the office coordinator of Bariatric Services, received the Rose Award. She was nominated by two of Flaget’s patients.

“Speaking from my personal experience, Gayle always went above and beyond when dealing with me,” one patient said. “Anytime I had a question or concern, she would always be more than glad to assist me in a timely and friendly manner. She made a nervous time for me feel less hectic and for that I am grateful.”

Sweeney received a certificate, a Rose Award pin and a bouquet of roses to display in her department.

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