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CHA Recognizes Two Nurses with DAISY Award
4/29/2015
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), a comprehensive academic community health system that serves Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston’s metro-north communities, has honored nurses Emily Finn and Lynette O’Brien with the DAISY Award to honor the super-human work nurses do for patients and families every day. The award, established by the national nonprofit DAISY Foundation, recognizes the extraordinary efforts nurses make in the lives of patients and their families every day. Emily Finn, RN,...
 
Cambridge Health Alliance Recognizes Two Nurses with DAISY Award
12/3/2014
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), a vital and innovative community health system that serves Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston’s metro-north communities, has honored nurses Barbara Stephen and Jeff Ziegler with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. The award, established by the national nonprofit  DAISY Foundation, recognizes the extraordinary efforts nurses make in the lives of patients and their families every day.   Barbara Stephen, RN, a nurse at CHA Somerville Hospit...
 
 
CHA Recognizes Two Nurses with DAISY Award
5/12/2014
Cambridge, Mass. – Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), a vital and innovative community health system that serves Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston’s metro-north communities, has honored nurses Yanny Kavanagh and Cheryl Palazzolo with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. The award, established by the national nonprofit  DAISY Foundation, recognizes the extraordinary efforts nurses make in the lives of patients and their families every day. Yanny Kavanagh, RN, an orthopedics nurse at CHA’s Cambrid...
 
CHA ED Staff Members Help Improve Health in Haiti
4/25/2014
Over the past six months, several members of CHA’s Emergency Department have participated in trips to Haiti as part of the METI Project , a nonprofit organization founded by Professional Ambulance (Pro EMS) and the Pro EMS Center for MEDICS. Its mission is to promote sustainability in health care through medical education, training, and improved infrastructure in underserved parts of the world. Physician assistant Gabe Tash traveled to Haiti in October 2013; nurse Jennifer Wallace ventured there in Dece...
 
Cambridge Health Alliance Recognizes Two Nurses with DAISY Award
12/19/2013
Cambridge, Mass. – Cambridge Health Alliance, a vital and innovative community health system that serves Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston’s metro-north communities, has honored nurses Philip Fournier, RN, and Amberly Killmer, RN, with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. The award, established by the national nonprofit  DAISY Foundation, recognizes the extraordinary efforts nurses make in the lives of patients and their families every day. Philip Fournier, RN, is an inpatient psychiatry nurse...
 
CHA Nurse Manager Wins March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award
10/18/2013
Cambridge, Mass. — Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) nurse manager Susan Morrissey, BSN, MS, has won a 2013 March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award. Ms. Morrissey, who was honored for Women’s Health, was one of 17 Massachusetts nurses selected for the award, which recognizes exceptional nurses, creates awareness of professional excellence, and promotes the future of the nursing profession, while helping to advance the mission of the March of Dimes. Ms. Morrissey accepted the award at the March of Dimes Mas...
 
CHA Nurse Honored by the New England Regional Black Nurses Association
2/4/2013
Cambridge, Mass. - Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) nurse Sheran Woodroffe, RN, has been honored with a 2013 Excellence in Nursing Award from the New England Regional Black Nurses Association, Inc. (NERBNA). The award, bestowed upon members by their peers, recognizes individuals for their contributions and meritorious efforts in the field of nursing. As an ambulatory nurse at CHA, Ms. Woodroffe regularly performs rotations at three to four primary care practices in the healthcare system’s network of site...