Two international�nurses have been nominated for the Daisy Award, and one nurse won!�The Daisy Award(R) for Extraordinary Nurses is given to honor the super-human work nurses do for patients and families every day.Nurse Opeyemi (Yemi for short), from Belize, currently�nursing in�Texas, was also nominated for his�hospital's Daisy Award! Although he didn't win, being nominated for this award is a big deal. He worked very hard and it has paid-off after�getting the recognition he truly deserves from his supervisors.�He started in the ICU department and was later transferred to the Med-Surg Unit where he excelled.Meanwhile, Nurse Sita won the Daisy Award while on assignment at her hospital. Her hard work and attention to detail has earned her the award, along with glowing praise from her supervisors.These nurses are just another testament to how international medical professionals are making a positive impact�in the realm of medicine.
These nurses aren't outliers.
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