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    Future of Nursing Finalists Announced

    Future of Nursing awards recognize excellence in nursing in Kansas City.

    Kansas City, Missouri, October 04, 2011 —

    The March of Dimes is proud to announce the finalists of the inaugural Future of Nursing Awards. The awards recognize nurses from a variety of fields whose strength, courage and perseverance advances the entire profession. The March of Dimes has a rich history of partnering with the healthcare industry from the successful eradication of polio to searching for the root causes of prematurity. It is that spirit that inspires the Future of Nursing Awards.
    With over 200 nominations received from hospitals and medical centers in the Kansas City area, a committee of nursing professionals selected the finalists through a blind judging system.
    The winners will be announced at the awards gala on Friday, October 28, at 6:00 p.m. at the Downtown Marriott – Muehlebach Tower.

    The 2011 Future of Nursing Awards Finalists

    Case Management
    Lisa Hunter, Saint Luke’s Hospital (Plaza)
    Beverlyann Krohn, HealthCare USA

    Critical Care
    Aundria Watkins, Saint Luke’s Hospital (East)
    Michaela Parsel, Saint Luke’s Hospital (Plaza)
    Kristin Sollars, Saint Luke’s Hospital (Plaza)

    Lisa Ell, Children’s Mercy Hospital
    Jackie Nelson TeBeest, Saint Luke’s Hospital (Plaza)
    Debra Taylor, Children’s Mercy Hospital

    General Medical/Surgical
    Julie Harris, Saint Luke’s Hospital (Plaza)
    Michael Ofokansi, Truman Medical Center
    Jason Purcell, Saint Luke’s Hospital (Plaza)

    Hospice, Home Health, Palliative Care
    Pat Dalrymple, Providence Medical Center
    Chris Duncan, Research Medical Center
    April Kimball, North Kansas City Hospital

    Lori Hutcherson, North Kansas City Hospital
    Erin Keith-Chancy, Children’s Mercy Hospital
    Karen Kopischke, Overland Park Regional Center

    Nursing Informatics
    Lacey Bergerhofer, Children’s Mercy Hospital
    Robin McDaniel, Saint Luke’s Hospital
    Janis Smith, Children’s Mercy Hospital

    Megan Sherlock, North Kansas City Hospital
    Erin Turner, North Kansas City Hospital
    Jennifer Wulfert, Children’s Mercy Hospital

    Cathy Cartwright, Children’s Mercy Hospital
    Linda Hussey, Children’s Mercy Hospital
    Ingrid Larson, Children’s Mercy Hospital

    Public Health and Ambulatory Care
    Amalia Almeida, Johnson County Health Department
    Carolyn Cordle, COVERSA, Campus of N. Kansas City Hospital
    Thuy Tien Dang, Children’s Mercy Hospital

    Rising Star
    Jessica Cline, Truman Medical Center
    Gayla Huffman, Children’s Mercy Hospital
    Heather Nelson, KU Medical Center

    Surgical Services
    Pamela Dennis, Children’s Mercy Hospital
    Melissa Harber, Children’s Mercy Hospital

    Women’s Health
    Catherine Gordon, New Birth Company
    Deanna Kelley, North Kansas City Hospital
    Heather Scruton, Children’s Mercy Hospital

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