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Friday, May 13, 2022

BRMC, OGH Honor Nurses

 

Pictured, from left, are Karen Butler, LPN, and Chelsea Taylor, nurse assistant. Not pictured, are Amanda Brinker, RN, Kyra Spadaro, RN, and Stefanie Buley, nurse assistant.

Pictured, from left, are Jill Owens, MD, interim president, BRMC, OGH; Jade Maybee, RN; Lori Hamed, RN; Julie Hepker, BSN, RN; Jen Ruggles, senior director of nursing, OGH; Gail Bagazzoli, BSN, RN, chief nursing officer, OGH. Not pictured, are Kim Schauer, LPN, Outstanding LPN; Tabitha Martial, Outstanding Nurse Assistant.

Bradford Regional Medical Center and Olean General Hospital honored its nursing staff in conjunction with the hospitals’ National Nurses Week activities this week.

BRMC honorees were:

Amanda Brinker, RN, Nurse of Distinction; Kyra Spadaro, RN, Outstanding Staff Nurse; Karen Butler, LPN, Outstanding LPN; Chelsea Taylor and Stefanie Buley, Outstanding Nurse Assistants.

OGH honorees were:

Lori Hamed, RN, Nurse of Distinction; Julie Hepker, BSN, RN, Nurse of Distinction in Education; Jade Maybee, RN, Outstanding Staff Nurse; Kim Schauer, LPN, Outstanding LPN; Tabitha Martial, Outstanding Nurse Assistant.

Our nurses are the backbone of our healthcare team. Whether at the bedside, the operating room table, the outpatient office or elsewhere, nurses are there to deliver care with compassion. It’s my pleasure to congratulate our 2022 nurse honorees and all of our nurses for their outstanding care and dedication in a particularly challenging year. We appreciate everything you do for us,” said Jill Owens, MD, interim president, BRMC, OGH. 

“We have an amazing nursing team and it’s an honor to recognize these outstanding women during Nurses’ Week who work tirelessly to provide the best care each and every day of the year,” said David Monroe, MBA, BSN, RN, CCRN, chief nursing officer, director of nursing, BRMC.

“It is a privilege to recognize our nursing award winners. Lori, Julie, Jade, Kim and Tabitha truly reflect the meaning of this year’s Nurses’ Week theme, ‘the courage to care, the strength to help’ and I’m so grateful for all they do for our patients,” said Gail Bagazzoli, BSN, RN, chief nursing officer, OGH.

 Brinker, Hamed and Hepker were also nominees for the Western New York Professional Nurses Association Nurse of Distinction Award. Along with nurses from all Kaleida Health facilities, they were recognized in the May 8 edition of the Buffalo News.  

 


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