Deborah Southard went from manufacturing to health care when she pursued her dream to become a nurse.
Jeff Stephens’ strength as a team member led to his recognition in long-term care/rehabilitation/geriatrics at the March of Dimes nurse of the year awards.
Vicki Bennett, an instructor, was recognized for going the extra mile with her students. Bennett received the Professional Achievement award at Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences graduation cerem
Julie Baldwin recently was honored for her professionalism and commitment to teaching.
Rachelle Davis was surprised when she was handed a statue and plaque in her honor.
Kathy Gutteridge says her passion is oncology and palliative care. Impacting patients and their families on a daily basis is what motivates her to be her best, she says.
Kay Hawkins says she was led to hospice care through a higher power. Hawkins combines her faith and nursing skills to care for patients and their families.
Angela Locke was the first nurse to receive the inaugural 2014 Missouri Organization of Nurse Leaders Award. Locke, BSN, MBA, is the clinical director of patient care services at Saint Luke’s Hospital
Nancy Lawson retired from a long career, but she did not stop nursing. At 85 she still cares for her patients.
Debbie Pennington was named Magnet Nurse of the Year at the facility where she has been for three decades, then went on to earn national recognition.