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The University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Nursing honored hundreds of area nurses, giving special recognition to six individuals and a team, at the 27th annual Florence Nightingale Awards for Excellence in Nursing on Thursday, May 9 at the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati.
The seven awardees—selected by the UC College of Nursing Board of Advisors—each received $1,000 and a commemorative award.
This year’s event was sponsored by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and UC Health.
The 2019 Nightingale Award winners are:
• Jared Ashley – TriHealth Good Samaritan Hospital
• Judi Brungs – St. Elizabeth Health Care
• Marlene Feagan – St. Elizabeth Health Care
• Dawn Harden – UC Health
• Laura Olexa – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
• Margaret Schroeder – Robert A. Taft High School
• Interact for Health/Growing Well Primary Care Providers (Team Award)