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MRHC Announces DAISY Award Roxi Doyel, LPN

Throughout Roxi Doyel’s career at MRHC, she has been known to deliver superb nursing care. And Roxi’s great care hasn’t gone unnoticed - patients will frequently return specific comments calling her out on all the great care she provides. That’s why she is a perfect recipient for the 2021 DAISY Award, a program that honors and celebrates the skillful, compassionate care nurses provide every day.

Roxi Doyel, LPN“Roxi is a very thoughtful and compassionate nurse who is always going above and beyond for patients,” says Shelby Dickson, Clinic Manager at MRHC. “She is always willing to help patients in need. She is a wonderful employee who exemplifies positive teamwork in the workplace. She is always jumping in to help her coworkers, doing whatever is needed to get the job done. We are so lucky to have Roxi Doyel at MRHC!”

Roxi has served as the nurse for Dr. Douglas McLaws at MRHC for the past nine years. He shares, “There is absolutely no way I could ever do what I do without Roxi being there to make it happen. Beside every good provider there stands a fantastic nurse. Without a doubt she has a love for all the people we have the honor of helping,” said McLaws.
Coworkers also appreciate Roxi’s dedication to fellow employees and patients. “The things that stick out to me are her wealth of knowledge, bedside manner, and the time she takes with each patient encounter,” said Jackie Blackwell, Director of Quality. “Roxi serves as a reliable resource with a positive attitude. She is an outstanding nurse and so deserving of this award.”

About the DAISY Award

The DAISY (Diseases Attacking the Immune System) Award is an international recognition program established by the family of J. Patrick Barnes after he died from complications of the autoimmune disease ITP in 1999.

During his hospitalization, the Barnes family deeply appreciated the care and compassion shown to Patrick and his entire family. When he passed away they felt compelled to say “thank you” to nurses in a very public way. More than 2,500 health care facilities in 15 countries and 50 states now honor extraordinary nurses with The DAISY Award.
DAISY Award Honorees are recognized within their department, receive an award certificate and are publicly recognized. Roxi was surprised with this award by her coworkers and family on May 7th and a public reception was held on May 11th.


Eligibility

All nurses who exemplify MRHC’s mission and values, and demonstrate our vision on a daily basis, are eligible to be nominated. DAISY Award honorees are nurses who provide compassionate and remarkable care while demonstrating clinical excellence. Anyone – patients, patients’ family members, staff members, physicians, visitors, and volunteers – are welcome to nominate any nurse whom they believe is deserving of the award.

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