The DAISY (Diseases Attacking the Immune System) Award is an international recognition program that honors and celebrates the skillful, compassionate care that nurses provide everyday. The DAISY Foundation was established by the family of J. Patrick Barnes after he died from complications of the auto-immune disease ITP in 1999. During his hospitalization, they deeply appreciated the care and compassion shown to Patrick and his entire family. When he died, they felt compelled to say “thank you” to nurses in a very public way. Red Bud Regional Hospital is proud to be a DAISY Award partner.
“Our mission is to provide safe, compassionate care,” stated Jen Babb, Interim Chief Nursing Officer at Red Bud Regional Hospital. “The DAISY program gives our patients, family members and community an opportunity to recognize the many ways that our nurses are fulfilling that mission every day. It is important that our nurses know their work is valued, and The DAISY Foundation provides a way for us to do that.”
We are proud to be among the healthcare organizations participating in The Daisy Award program.
Nominate a Nurse for the DAISY Award
What Is the DAISY Award?
The DAISY Award is an international program that rewards and celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by nurses every day. Red Bud Regional Hospital is proud to be a DAISY Award partner, recognizing one of our nurses with this special honor every quarter.
To find out more about the program, including the growing list of partners, visit DAISYfoundation.org.
Who can nominate a nurse for the DAISY Award?
Patients, families, or visitors may nominate a deserving nurse by filling out a nomination form and submitting it in one of the nomination boxes around the hospital.