South Florida Hospital News
Sunday December 16, 2018

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December 2018 - Volume 15 - Issue 6



Cleveland Clinic Florida Nurse Honored with DAISY Award

 Cleveland Clinic Florida nurse Alicia Maxwell, RN, has been recognized with the DAISY Award for her exceptional and compassionate clinical nursing skills. Maxwell is the first Cleveland Clinic Florida nurse to receive the DAISY award this year.

“Alicia and her team of nurses consistently deliver an unparalleled patient experience through their clinical expertise and patient-centered care,” said Kerry Major, MSN, RN, Chief Nursing Officer at Cleveland Clinic Florida. “Cleveland Clinic nurses are recognized as exceptional role models in the nursing community, and we are proud to have them on our team.”
Maxwell, a medical-surgical nurse with Cleveland Clinic Florida since 2014, was nominated by a patient for providing her with an exceptional recovery experience after undergoing a major surgery. “[Alicia and her team] were phenomenal. I appreciate the great care I was given. My experience with Cleveland Clinic left me feeling that I and my family can turn to you for all our medical needs.”
The DAISY Award is an international program that rewards and celebrates nurses. Cleveland Clinic Florida collaborates with the DAISY Foundation to provide ongoing recognition of the clinical skill and compassion nurses provide to patients and families all year long. Any licensed nurse (RN, LPN) may be nominated for the DAISY Award by their co-worker, patient, family, a physician, manager, or volunteer. To nominate a Cleveland Clinic Florida nurse, visit 
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