From the Heart
After an emergency room patient passed away, Jessica Lock, BSN, RN-BC, offered comfort to the patient's husband over the phone and at her grave site.
A Methodist acute rehabilitation nurse was honored with the DAISY Award for pushing her own emotions aside and comforting a patient's daughter.
When Lisa Smith arrived at Methodist Hospital for a routine surgery, she didn’t expect any surprises. Then she met prep-op nurse Peggy Zurek.
Bobbi Gill has been a physical therapy patient at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital for four years as she’s battled numerous health challenges. Mary-Ellen Bartels, a physical therapist, has been by her side much of the way.
NICU graduate Taylor Dahl met a nurse who cared for him when his premature daughter was admitted to the NICU at Methodist Women's Hospital.
“Not very many people get a chance to change the world,” said Rachael Nielsen, APRN, “but there’s a lot of us out there who can change our little corner of the world.”
A Methodist operating room nurse thanks a coworker for staying by her side and nominates her for the DAISY Award.
A patient's daughter was blown away by the kindness she witnessed from a Methodist information desk associate.
Methodist Hospital wasn’t just where Alex Anthone and Kacey Coenen met. It's where they bonded over the emotional highs and lows of nursing.
Danielle Sheehy received the DAISY Award for suggesting an ultrasound on a patient. His family believes it saved his life.