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Nurse at Union Medical Center Honored With DAISY Award

Daniel Prince

Kim Babb honored at program held at Spartanburg Medical Center

Kim Babb, a nurse at Union Medical Center, was honored with a DAISY Award for 2022. Other DAISY Award winners this year are Frankie Gilbert from Spartanburg Regional’s post-acute division, Beth Peeler from Spartanburg Medical Center, Jessica Ingram from Pelham Medical Center, and Abigail Kiser from Cherokee Medical Center. Kiser was named the Jo Ann McMillan Outstanding Nurse of the Year for the Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System at a program held at the Spartanburg Medical Center’s Church Street campus. Each honoree received $500 from the Spartanburg Regional Foundation’s Jo Ann McMillan Fund.

The DAISY Award is an international recognition program that honors and celebrates the compassionate care that nurses provide each day. Characteristics the awards committee looks for are:
--Established a special connection with a patient/family
--Has significantly made a difference in the life of a patient
--Shows empathy in all situations
--Is an outstanding role model for the nursing profession
--Generates enthusiasm and energy towards meeting the challenges of nursing
--Consistently exhibits excellent interpersonal skills
--Exemplifies the essence of professional nursing in all activities

You can nominate a nurse for the award at and search for DAISY award.

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