Mercy Recognizes Outstanding Nurses
Mercy nurses are now eligible for the DAISY Award, an international program that rewards and celebrates the extraordinary skills and compassionate care given by nurses every day.
DAISY is an acronym for Diseases Attacking the Immune System. The family of Patrick Barnes established the Daisy Foundation in 1999 to express gratitude to nurses for the work they do for patients and their families every day. The award is presented in more than 1,900 healthcare facilities in all 50 states and 15 countries.
How to Nominate a Nurse for the DAISY Award
Each quarter, the council will review nominations, and based on key criteria (which align with Mercy values), determine DAISY award recipients. Winners will each receive a special certificate, lapel pin and hand-carved sculpture. A celebratory banner also will hang in the nurse’s unit for a month.
The DAISY Award is an international program to honor and celebrate nurses who provide extraordinary, compassionate and skillful care every day. Read the stories of our latest DAISY Award recipients.