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    2014 Nurse of the Year Awards Gala

    Saturday, August 23, 2014
    Time: 6:00 PM
    Registration Time: 6:00 PM
    Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort
    7575 E. Princess Drive
    Scottsdale, AZ 85255

    Join the March of Dimes Arizona Chapter and Nurse of the Year Chairs, Sharon Glanville, St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center and Karen Puehler, UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans for the 11th Annual Nurse of the Year Awards Gala on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess.

    Nurses throughout Arizona are nominated in one or more of sixteen different categories. This event is a way to celebrate nursing excellence and recognize leaders in nursing from across the state. Patients, families and colleagues are encouraged to nominate nurses. The purpose of the event is to raise the public's awareness of and interest in the diverse and rewarding careers available to registered nurses.

    Congratulations to this year's nurse finalists:

    Behavioral Health

    Lynn Briski, Verde Valley Medical Center

    Sean Murray, Verde Valley Guidance Clinic

    Susan Patangia, Tucson Medical Center

    Sandra Roberge, Verde Valley Medical Center

    Care Coordination – Presented By Humana

    Monica Miller, Maricopa Integrated Health Service

    Ashley Oliver, Davis Monthan Air Force Base

    Amy Taylor, Humana

    Charge Nurse

    Alison Krause, Cardon Children’s Medical Center

    Angela Rabahat, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

    Jennifer Tuttle, Tucson Medical Center

    Clinical Support

    Sandra Baus, Tucson Medical Center

    Deborah Martin-Wille, Flagstaff Medical Center

    Mary Thierman, Tucson Medical Center

    Critical Care

    Jean Higgins, Mayo Clinic

    Angela Muzzy, University of Arizona Medical Center

    Katy Wilkens, Flagstaff Medical Center

    Education – Presented By Chamberlain College of Nursing

    Cindy Sanders, Flagstaff Medical Center

    Susan Sims, Tucson, Medical Center

    Sharlott Uriarte, Luke Air Force Base

    Emergency

    Penny Baker, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center

    Robin Cochran, University of Arizona Health Network

    Donna Rowe, University of Arizona Medical Center

    General Medicine/Surgical

    Diane Dick, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

    Leighanne Morton, Verde Valley Medical Center

    Heidi Musseman, Mayo Clinic

    Debra Paothatat, Flagstaff Medical Center

    Long Term Acute Care/Long Term Rehabilitation

    Cecile Haase, Springdale Village

    Jennifer Prickett, Vi at Grayhawk

    Oncology

    Barbara Chapman, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

    Kashmir Horton, Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center

    Catherine Marceau, Scottsdale Healthcare – Shea

    Sierra Mitchell, Scottsdale Healthcare - Shea

    Pediatric

    Allison Geisler, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

    Gabrielle Jurecky, University of Arizona Medical Center

    Marie Lanzon, Devereux Residential Treatment Center

    Perioperative Services

    Patricia Clark, Mayo Clinic

    Jodi Deprez, Verde Valley Medical Center

    Catherine Yows, Mayo Clinic

    Public Health & Ambulatory Care

    Karyn Rasile, Scottsdale Healthcare

    Julie Seidl, Tucson Medical Center

    Heidi Wilson, Luke Air Force Base

    Rising Star

    Amanda Dunn, Banner Thunderbird Medical Center

    Beth Ott, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

    Laurie Quiroz, Tucson Medical Center

    Women’s Health – Presented By St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

    Jessica Hall, Tucson Medical Center

    Polly Hrenchir, Scottsdale Healthcare – Shea

    Stacey Piccinati, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center

    Distinguished Nurse of The Year - Presented by UnitedHealth Group Center for Nursing Advancement

    Linda Downing, UnitedHealthcare Community & State

    Patricia Kardos, Maricopa Integrated Health Service

    Dawn Mougel, Corizon Health

    Pamela Turner, Flagstaff Medical Center

    Dating back to the polio era, nurses have played a critical role in advancing the mission of the March of Dimes. 40,000 nurses volunteered for the Salk polio vaccine field trials in 1954, the largest medical investigation of its kind ever conducted.

    Today, nurses serve as volunteers, fundraisers and advisors to the March of Dimes. Nurses are critical to its mission of improving the health of babies – and are key in comforting families.

    From the very youngest of patients in newborn intensive care units to the elderly in hospice, nurses protect our health, work to prevent injury, alleviate suffering and advocate for our care. Nurse of the Year Awards are a way to say thank you and honor selflessness, dedication and passion for the profession of nursing.

     



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