As part of our Nurses Week activities, King's Daughters is pleased
to announce the second annual Bev Coleman Nursing Excellence Award finalists.
The award recognizes a nurse who has exhibited the highest levels of nursing
excellence and has positively influenced the nursing culture at King's
Daughters over the past year.
- Positivity in the face of adversity
Jane Bailey, Neuroscience Care Center
Abby Beck, APRN Grayson Family Care Center
Terri Brislin, Maternal Child Health
Don Davidson, CVOR
Frankie Groves, Heart & Vascular Recovery Unit
Deena Stewart, Endoscopy
About Bev Coleman
Bev Coleman provided compassionate care to her patients at King's Daughters
for more than 32 years. In February 2015, she was diagnosed with pancreatic
cancer, passing away in April that year. Her colleagues, physicians and
team members remember Coleman for her positive attitude, commitment to
quality and willingness to go the extra mile to meet the needs of her
patients and fellow team members. She always wore a smile, no matter how
stressful or difficult the day had been. Coleman practiced her profession
with grace and was noted for her ability to bring calmness and peace to
Coleman always strove to be the best possible version of herself, earning
certification in post-anesthesia care and obtaining her bachelor of science
degree in nursing over her long career. She was essential to the planning
and opening of the pre- and post-op surgical areas at King's Daughters
Medical Center Ohio.
The 2018 winner will be announced Friday, May 11.