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

Karen Holtmann, RN, BC-ANP, orthopedics

Karen Holtmann, RN, BC-ANP, orthopedics

Paul Sevigny, RN, intensive care

Paul Sevigny, RN, intensive care

Donna Prentice, MSN(R), RN, ANCS-BC, intensive care

Donna Prentice, MSN(R), RN, ANCS-BC, intensive care

Patsy L. Stapleton, PhD, RN-BC, management executive

Patsy L. Stapleton, PhD, RN-BC, management executive

Stacy Smugala, MSN, RN, ANP-BC, medical-surgical

Stacy Smugala, MSN, RN, ANP-BC, medical-surgical

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can read about them in the May issue of St. Louis Magazine.

Two nurses, Holtmann and Prentice, received perfect scores from the judges, who represent a cross section of the nursing profession, including the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the Missouri Nurses Association and the University of Missouri-Columbia’s Sinclair School of Nursing, along with other institutions.

The program recognizes nurses who exemplify the profession’s best standards of practice, whose commitment and leadership advance the area’s level of health care, and provide a service to the St. Louis community.

A total of 11 Barnes-Jewish nurses were listed as finalists in the program. Our other finalists were:

Emily Dodd, MSN, CCRN, cardiovascular
Roxanne Fitzgerald, BSN, RN, CCRN, intensive care
Michele Gatzert, MSN, RN, intensive care
Dana Gima, BSN, RN, cardiovascular
Jeanine Johnson, RN, ONC, orthopedics
Beth Paige, RN, NP-C, orthopedics

Congratulations!

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