Nominate A Nurse For A DAISY Award
The DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses is an international program that recognizes, honors and celebrates the skillful, compassionate care that nurses provide every day. At Coquille Valley Hospital, we feel fortunate to have many outstanding nurses. We would love to hear your story or the story of someone else who received excellent care from one of our nurses.
The Nomination Process
Anyone can nominate a nurse by filling out The DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses nomination form, whether you’re another nurse, a doctor, a patient, a staff member, a volunteer, a patient’s family member or visitor – anyone who has an inspiring story to share. Nominate your nurse online today!
Printed nomination forms can be picked up and dropped off at our main hospital lobby or emergency room waiting area, or at our primary care clinic – just look for the DAISY Award boxes. If you would rather mail your nomination, please send it to:
Coquille Valley Hospital
ATTN: Terri Correia, CNO
790 E 5th Street
Coquille, OR 97423
The DAISY Foundation
DAISY stands for Diseases Attacking the Immune SYstem. The DAISY Foundation was established by the family of J. Patrick Barnes in 1999 after he died at 33 years old from complications of the auto-immune disease, Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITC).
Patrick’s family wanted to do something in memory of him. They felt compelled to say thank you to the nurses who helped him throughout his illness. They were so moved by the way the nurses talked to Patrick and by all the little things they did to make him comfortable.
Patrick’s family created the DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses to honor the compassion of nurses everywhere and to provide a way for families and others to express their gratitude through the meaningful recognition of nurses. More than 5,000 healthcare facilities throughout the world have honored their nurses through the program.
To learn more, visit The DAISY Foundation.