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The College of Nursing honors Tristate nursing during its annual Florence Nightingale Awards for Nursing, named for the founder of modern nursing.
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The College of Nursing honors Tristate nursing during its annual Florence Nightingale Awards for Nursing, named for the founder of modern nursing.
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Publish Date: 04/29/11
Media Contact: Angela Koenig, 513-558-4625
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Nightingale Winners Named

CINCINNATIóFor nearly two decades, the UC College of Nursing has honored area nurses by recognizing their outstanding service at an annual dinner/awards ceremony: the Nightingale Awards. Itís an event that started out with about 250 attendees in 1993 and spilled to almost 1,000 attendees in 2011.

Nightingale Award recipients receive $1,000 and a commemorative Nightingale award in recognition for their contributions to direct patient care.

2011 Nightingale Award Winners:

Mary Burch, Erlanger Elsmere School District
Taylor Grooms, Cincinnati Childrenís Hospital Medical Center
Amy Kimble, Bethesda North Hospital
Sara Krzywkowski-Mohn, Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Cathy Frank, Cincinnati Health Department
Treaundra Pope, Good Samaritan Hospital

Dean's Award Recipients (Receiving $400):

Jeanne Brown, Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Julie Crossen, St. Elizabeth Healthcare
Sharon Docterman, Hyde Park Health Center
Robert Hitzler, UC Health University Hospital
Connie Lanter, Saint James School
Sherri Lee, St. Elizabeth Healthcare
Rebecca Lewis, Christ Hospital
Carol Parker, Cincinnati Health Department
Lisa Sierra, Good Samaritan Hospital
Amy Stahley, Mercy Hospital Anderson
Stacey Wills, Cincinnati Health Department



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