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Nurse of the Year Awards - Minnesota
Friday, October 20
Friday, November 17, 2017
March of Dimes
8000 West 78th Street Suite 330, Edina , MN 55425
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March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards Presented by Fairview, HealthEast, and University of Minnesota Health - honored outstanding nurses in the state of Minnesota. More than 400 nurses were nominated for the awards. Leaders in the healthcare industry presented finalists with awards in sixteen unique categories, culminating with the prestigous Distinguished Nurse of the Year award. The remarkable efforts of these individuals often goes unsung, and the March of Dimes is proud to celebrate nursing excellence.
For more information, please contact Adam Carr. (612)326-9444
NURSE OF THE YEAR WINNERS
Hundreds of applications across the defined categories ranging from Advanced Practice to Surgical Services are reviewed and scored by high-ranking nurse leaders. Through this competitive process, finalists within each category are then determined. The March of Dimes is proud to announce and honor the 2017 Nurse of the Year Award Winners!
Sarah Pangarakis North Memorial Health Hospital
Nicky Mack North Memorial Clinic-Golden Valley
Community Health Nursing
Carmen Joy Teskey Friendly Hills Middle School District 197
Education and Research
Patricia M. Schoon Metro State
Innovative and Non-Traditional Nursing
Amy Quarberg St. John's Hospital and Woodbury Senior Living
Diane Pelant CentraCare Health/St. Cloud Hospital
Marie Mortek Regions Hospital
Kimberly M. McFarlane Fairview Ridges Hospital
Judy Jensen Coborn Cancer Center
Laurie Gray Children's of Minnesota
Lindsay Drake St. Josep