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Phoenixville Hospital Asks Patients for Input in Selecting Top Nurses

Nominate your favorite nurse.

 

Editor's Note: The following was submitted on behalf of Phoenixville Hospital. 

Phoenixville Hospital is once again seeking to honor one of its nurses through its annual Patient Choice Award program.

This award recognizes the level of quality care, comfort and compassion offered our nurses each day. Continuing the tradition of the last few years, the hospital is asking for input from the community. Nominate a nurse today. One nurse will be chosen from all nominations received and will receive the Phoenixville Hospital 2012 Patient Choice Award during Nurses’ Week, May 7 to 11.

asks for community involvement in spotlighting an exceptional nurse because patients and their families and friends are the ones directly impacted by outstanding care.

“We are asking patients and their family members to provide us with the nominations because they see the little things that matter so much on a very personal level,” said Dr. Sally Strzelecki, Chief Nursing Officer for Phoenixville Hospital. “They know who goes the extra mile to make sure a patient experience exceeds expectations—and after all, it is called the Patient Choice Award.”

If you or a family member have come to Phoenixville Hospital for inpatient, outpatient or emergency care in the last year and you have a nurse you’d like to thank for going the extra mile, don’t miss this chance. Nominations for the 2012 Patient Choice Award will be accepted until Friday April 27. Nominations can be made online at the hospital’s website at www.phoenixvillehospital.com/nominations.

Or, nominations can e-mailed, mailed or faxed (as long as it arrives by April 27). E-mail nominations to lori_cunningham@chs.net or mail to: Lori Cunningham, Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Phoenixville Hospital, 140 Nutt Road, Phoenixville, PA, 19460 or fax to: 610-983-1790.

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