Category: Nursing

Nurses honored by St. Louis Magazine

Nurses honored by St. Louis Magazine

Five Barnes-Jewish nurses have been selected as winners within their respective disciplines in St. Louis Magazine’s Excellence in Nursing program. The nurses are:
Karen Holtmann, RN, BC-ANP, orthopedics
Paul Sevigny, RN, intensive care
Donna Prentice, MSN(R), RN, ANCS-BC, intensive care
Patsy L. Stapleton, PhD, RN-BC, management executive
Stacy Smugala, MSN, RN, ANP-BC, medical-surgical
 
 

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Nurses honored with DAISY Award for providing exceptional care

Nurses honored with DAISY Award for providing exceptional care

Every quarter, Barnes-Jewish Hospital takes the opportunity to recognize exceptional nurses by honoring them with a DAISY Award. It’s a national awards program that offers patients and team members the opportunity to nominate nurses they feel display exemplary patient care and personify Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s remarkable patient experience.
This quarter, two nurses – Megan Jones, BSN,

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Nominate a nurse you know for March of Dimes award

Nominate a nurse you know for March of Dimes award

Compassion for patients, leadership in quality and patient safety and a role model in the health care setting, these are just a few of the qualities that describe great nurses. Show a nurse you know means to you by nominating him or her for the March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards.
Nurses will

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CNRN credentials keep neuro nurses on the cutting edge of care

CNRN credentials keep neuro nurses on the cutting edge of care

Nursing is a broad and varied career with many opportunities. Some nurses choose to practice their craft in a variety of fields, but many, like Lisa Roberts, RN, CNRN, find their calling in a certain specialty and dedicate their lives to it.
Roberts spent the early years of her nursing career working in nursing homes

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Nurses week 2013

Nurses week 2013

Nurses Week celebrations kicked off on Monday at Barnes-Jewish Hospital with the 18th annual Nursing Awards and Recognition Ceremony. More than 75 team members were honored with awards ranging from the Rookie of the Year Award to the Nursing Teamwork Award. The awards are something Barnes-Jewish Nurses look forward to all year, but the annual

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Nurses honored for compassionate care at St. Louis Magazine reception

Nurses honored for compassionate care at St. Louis Magazine reception

Often described as an art and a science, nursing is a profession that embraces dedicated people with varied interests, strengths and passions because of the many opportunities the profession offers. Each year, St. Louis Magazine’s Excellence in Nursing Awards honor local nurses for compassionate care and making a difference in the field of nursing. Nine

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Barnes-Jewish Hospital nurses are honored for making a difference

Barnes-Jewish Hospital nurses are honored for making a difference

Nurses often make a difference in a patient’s life without even knowing the impact. They work to maintain the physical health of others and are valued for their hard work, knowledge and commitment. This is why nurses are honored with the Daisy Award throughout the year at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
The Daisy Award is a national

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Goldfarb Nursing School Alum Goes Primetime

Goldfarb Nursing School Alum Goes Primetime

Katie Duke, a 2004 graduate of Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College, went “primetime” with her television debut on ABC’s News Medical Documentary “NY Med” on July 10th, 2012.
Katie is a nurse in the emergency department at New York Presbyterian Hospital, the busiest emergency rooms in New York City, and she has seen it

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Barnes-Jewish Nurses Put on Dancing Shoes for Nurses Week

Barnes-Jewish Nurses Put on Dancing Shoes for Nurses Week

It’s Nurses Week and in honor of those who make us a National Leader in Medicine, we salute you:

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Recognize Nurses Who Go Above and Beyond During Nurses Week 2012

Recognize Nurses Who Go Above and Beyond During Nurses Week 2012

Sunday marked the beginning of Nurses Week 2012. It’s a time to show our nurses how much we appreciate the hard work they do. 
The value of the thousands of nurses who keep Barnes-Jewish Hospital and all BJC HealthCare hospitals running smoothly is something to be appreciated. These men and women, from first-year nurses to

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