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Press Release Archive (2016)

Honoring the Nurses of Lowell General Hospital

Lowell General Hospital celebrates the exceptional nurses who dedicate themselves to caring for others. We recognize these professionals for their ongoing commitment to our patients and the community.

Nursing Excellence Awards

During Nurses Week, we honor those who exemplify the unwavering commitment to patient care that is a hallmark of the nursing profession.

Front row, left to right

Professional Practice: Bethany Belley, RN, MS2
Use of EMR Technology: Garda Burgwinkel, RN, Mother and Infant Unit
Evidence-Based Practice: Elizabeth Ronan de Castillero, RN, Nursing Education
Nursing Quality: Susan Bowker, RN, M3

Back row, left to right

Direct Patient Care: Nancy Dalpe, RN, Center for Weight Management
Nursing Mentorship: Donna Constant-Haley, RN, Surgery Center, Lowell General Chelmsford
Community Involvement: Stacey Cayer, RN, Heart and Vascular Center
Continued Professional Development: Laura Vitale, RN, Reilly 4
Professional Nursing Image: Errin D’Arcangelo, RN, Anticoagulation Services
Quality Caring: Morgan Harpster, RN, Emergency Department Main Campus

Honorary Nursing Recognition Award

Ann Kelleher, RN

An award presented to an outstanding nurse who has made a positive contribution to the profession of nursing at Lowell General Hospital.

Outstanding Team ~ Dahod 3

The staff from Dahod 3 was awarded Outstanding Team for characterizing the true meaning of collaboration, professionalism and dedication to providing patients with Complete connected careSM. They exemplify the true meaning of teamwork beyond the walls of D3 by interacting with multiple departments and are always willing to go above and beyond for patients and each other.

Florence Nightingale Awards

Front row: Molly Coughlin, RN; Kristene Pinheiro, RN Back row: Rachel Cockerline, RN; Marie Patenaude, RN; Dianne Forsyth, RNAn award presented to a nurse who emulates the enduring symbol of Florence Nightingale herself and represents the mission, hopes and expectations of the nursing profession to its members and to the world at large.


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