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BEE Award honorees personify NMMC's remarkable patient experience. These individuals consistently demonstrate excellence and are recognized as outstanding role models.

 

Just as the DAISY cannot survive without the BEE, nurses cannot survive without the oustanding teamwork of other health care professionals. Each BEE Award honoree will be recognized at a public ceremony on his/her unit and will receive a certificate and BEE Award pin.

 

Click here for 2017 recipients

 

A BEE Award nominee portrays a positive presence at NMMC. They are respectful, anticipate needs, share information, promote teamwork, and encourage patient and family participation.

 

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Patients, visitors, physicians and employees may nominate a deserving caregiver by filling out a nomination form and submitting it to:

 

          North Mississippi Medical Center

          Nursing Leadership Department

          830 South Gloster Street

          Tupelo, MS  38801


For more information, call (662) 377-6554 or email beeawards@nmhs.net.

 

2017 Recipients

 

June 2017

Brandon Smith

3West

 

Smith was nominated by coworkers for the way he took care of a family who was struggling with the impending death of their loved one. “They had a special connection with Brandon. They were sharing their feelings with Brandon, and he sat and listened and comforted them,” his nomination states. “He even went with them to the Critical Care Unit and stayed in the waiting room with them. He truly went above and beyond for this family. We are blessed to have him as a CNA on our unit.”

 

 

 

 

 

July 2017

Kaleshia McIntosh

Behavioral Health Center

 

McIntosh was nominated by a coworker for her extraordinary care of a patient who was very upset and wanted to talk with her. “She was on another unit; however, after completing her duties she came to the Senior Care Unit to talk with the patient, who was tearful and extremely afraid,” the nomination states. The patient thanked McIntosh, saying that she felt safe after talking to her. The patient also assured McIntosh that she was vital to her team and had definitely chosen the correct career path.