Nursing and Staff Awards

The DAISY Award® for Nurses

DAISY Award logoThe DAISY Award for extraordinary nurses is a national program designed to recognize and honor nurses who have gone the extra mile in showing care and compassion. The DAISY Foundation was established in 1999 by the family of J. Patrick Barnes, who died from complications an autoimmune disease at the age of 33, who were inspired by the dedication of the nurses caring for their loved one.  DAISY is an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune SYstem.

Nominate a Nurse!

Meadville Medical Center has partnered with the DAISY Foundation to honor nurses, and nominations are collected through the Foundation’s website. Follow this link (same as the button below) to the nomination form for MMC and provide some information about yourself and the MMC nurse you are nominating for the DAISY Award®. You are asked to describe a specific situation or story that demonstrates how the nurse you are nominating made a meaningful difference in the care of yourself or a loved one!

Nominate a Support Staff Member!

BEE Award LogoThe BEE Award (Being Excellent Every Day) honors and recognizes clinical support staff who go beyond expectations. These individuals provide exceptional experiences for patients, their family members, and visitors by demonstrating extraordinary service and care. This award is managed by Meadville Medical Center, and nominations can be submitted via the form below.

 

BEE Award Nomination Form

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Nominee Information

Name of Nominee
This is the unit or department in which the nominee works, for example: New Life Unit, ICU, Oncology, etc.
Describe a specific situation or story that demonstrates how this nursing team member made a meaningful difference in your care of that of a loved one!

Your Information

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