Monica was invited to speak by the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) Committee at Digestive Disease Week (DDW) 2018 in Washington, DC where she presented on “Utilizing Advanced Practice Providers (APPs)”...read more
Julie Lein, BSN, RN Clinical Nurse II - Float Pool/ED Clinical Nurse Julie Lein started volunteering with humanitarian organizations from around the world seven years before becoming a nurse. Since then, her passion and love for working with medical missions has only grown. Read more about Julie’s thoughts on how volunteering has improved her life … Continue reading Magnet Moments – Julie Lein, BSN, RN – Clinical Nurse II – Float Pool/ED
Liz Borgueta BSN, RN, CWCN, SCRN, CCRN, Anita Musafar, MPH, RN, CCRN and Maureen Fay, MSN, RN, NE-BC, CNML, CCRN-K recently represented E2 ICU and Stanford Health Care during their poster presentation...
Julia Inobe, BSN, RN, CCRN, Clinical Nurse and Unit Educator on D1 CCU/CSU was recognized by her colleagues for her nursing excellence and as an asset to her unit.
Phuong Smith, Clinical Nurse on F3, was recognized by a colleague for going above and beyond for a patient. Phuong was part of a team caring for a young patient who had been in and out of the hospital without any family or friend support.
Charles Ayson was recognized by a colleague for his support and guidance. Charles is considered one of the most helpful nurses on B3
Dr. Karla Schroeder was recognized as a 2017 End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) Winner for commitment to ongoing nursing education.
Malia Barshaw, SHC Clinical Nurse in the float Pool, worked with World Medical Mission to come to the aid of the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh to care for the Rohingyan people. Malia volunteered at Memorial Christian Hospital in Bangladesh, the only place able to give orthopedic surgical interventions to the Rohingya refugees who have … Continue reading #Magnet Moments – Malia Barshaw, RN
Danielle Allen, Clinical Nurse on Unit D2/G2S, was recognized by her colleagues for her clinical strength, compassion, patience, calming presence and advocacy, and was honored with the Daisy Award in December.
Alicia Mascote, Clinical Nurse on D3, shares a beautiful journal entry documenting her life-changing mission trip providing medical relief in Nepal. Read her full story below and also featured in the Magnet Showcase outside of Nursing Administration by the escalators on the ground floor through February. Thank you for sharing your inspiring story, Alicia!