DAISY awards

DAISY Team of the Year Founders 12

Nursing is a team effort. Like a well-oiled machine, the nursing staff on each unit work together to ensure that all patients receive the care and compassion they need. Each year, the DAISY Team Award recognizes one exceptional team that truly represent the extraordinary patient-centered care exhibited by nurses every day. This year, the honor went to the staff of Founders 12, a general medicine unit.

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    A Feel Good Moment and Healthy Snack Rolled into One

    February 01, 2018

    If you happen to see two bananas walking down a corridor at HUP or in the Perelman Center, you know two things for sure: you’re not hallucinating, and someone is about to receive a message of appreciation – neatly written on a banana’s peel – for a job well done!

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    A “Herculean Effort” Makes A Wish Come True

    February 01, 2018
    Nicole Scully and Rick Bradley hoped to get married on January 19, 2018 – the invitations had already gone out. But the breast cancer that Nicole had been battling since her diagnosis in 2014 – undergoing round after round of chemotherapy and other treatments – would not release her from its grip.
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    Meet HUP’s New Chief Nurse

    December 28, 2017
    Boston had been home to Jacqueline Somerville, PhD, RN, for many years before her recent move to Philadelphia to become HUP’s chief nursing executive. But the very things she loved about Boston – “the gritty neighborhoods, the history, the universities, the energy” – she has found again in Philly.
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    Stango Named Top Nursing Support Associate of the Year!

    December 28, 2017
    Patient care units depend on nursing support associates to keep the unit organized while supporting the needs of both staff and patients. Colleen Stango of Dulles 6, who received this year’s Nursing Support Associate Award, goes above and beyond.
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    Recognizing Those Who Served

    December 28, 2017
    Last month, a special celebration was held to recognize and honor the 2,000 members of the Penn Medicine family who served in the military or continue to serve in Reserve or National Guard forces.
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    Meditation Helps Staff Relax

    December 28, 2017
    For the past several months, Rabbi Simcha Zevit, staff chaplain at HUP, has been leading Mindfulness Meditation sessions for the nursing staff, social workers, and other members of the patient care team on Rhoads 3.
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    Education and Follow-Up Leads to Lower Readmissions

    December 28, 2017
    Transitions in Care, a new pilot study on Silverstein 11 that focuses on standardizing the transition of care to home with a proactive approach to education, significantly dropped 30-day readmission rate of patients with COPD.
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    Giving Kids Mobility

    December 28, 2017
    Lee Leibowitz recently received a Penn Medicine CAREs grant to support the Jillian’s Jitterbug Foundation, which helps get kids moving, but not in the typical way. 
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    Are You Doing Holiday Outreach in the Community?

    November 27, 2017
    Are you or your department planning holiday outreach efforts in the community? I’d love to share your story in HUPdate
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    Good People Doing Great Work

    November 27, 2017
    This year’s winners of the Patient Advocacy Recognition Award – which include doctors, nurses, an EVS worker, security officer, and valet at the Perelman Center – represent several areas within Penn Medicine’s continuum of care, all playing an important role in providing the best experiences for our patients and their families.
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