The prestigious Nightingale Awards, the only event of its kind in the state, will be held on Thursday, May 8 at the Mirage Banquet Hall in Clinton Township.
More than 450 nurses, physicians and administrators, as well as family members and supporters will attend this year's awards ceremony, which features an elegant sit-down dinner and silent auction.
WWJ-Newsradio 950 health reporter Sean Lee will emcee this year's awards ceremony.
Each of eight winning recipients receives a check for $1,000, a bronze statue of Florence Nightingale and a pin. The eight runners-up each receive a plaque and a pin. Nominations came from peers, supervisors, friends or patients for their superior service and contributions.
St. John Providence is the Gold Sponsor and other sponsors include Beaumont Health System, Detroit Medical Center, Oakwood Healthcare System and St. Joseph Mercy Oakland.
Education & Research: Melchora "Toy" Bartley, Commission on Nursing Certification/St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Nursing in the Community: Jesse Cruz,Henry Ford e-Home Care
Oakland University Distinguished Alumni: Suzanne Gardner, Beaumont Hospital, Grosse Pointe
Staff Nurse Practice: Timothy Deuby, St. John Providence Hospital and Medical Center
Staff Nurse Practice: Molly Duane, DMC-Harper University Hospital
People's Choice: Winner will be revealed at the Nightingale Awards ceremony
Caryn Knappen, Chateau Home Care
Cynthia McKenna, Older Persons' Commission/Crittenton Hospital Medical Center
Tamara Niemiec, Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital
The prestigious Nightingale Awards, the only event of its kind in the state, will be held on Thursday, May 8 at theMirage Banquet Hall in Clinton Township.
Created by Colleen Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Wednesday, April 9, 2014 Modified by Colleen Campbell (email@example.com) on Friday, April 11, 2014 Article Start Date: Wednesday, April 9, 2014