September 2013 Donna Henderson, a nurse in Gwinnett DaySurgery, was nominated by her supervisor for receiving consistent positive feedback from the families of her patients. Though you may know the nominee in a professional capacity, speaking with them personally can give you additional material to include in the letter. I carried it through all her treatments. The father passed away almost immediately. In many ways exceeding the challenging requirements and expectations for the award, Name of Nominee 's ambitions, intelligence, and accomplishments complement precisely the stellar community of past recipients and make her highly deserving of the honor and opportunity bestowed by the Name of Award.
She even encouraged me to get some rest! He is one of a kind. Information in this letter is not guaranteed to be factual. Please contact me for further details. This nurse greeted us and took time to listen and address my concerns. During the evening while on the regular floor, my husband's blood pressure dropped and he was unresponsive. He has identified a need and started something from scratch to make things better for others, and his work has had a lasting impact on his peers, his school and his community. She was clearly upset and nearly in a panic.
Knowing my mom was being watched over by someone who genuinely cared was comforting to us. This nurse made my husband and I feel like parents that day. An example showcases the superb care and compassion she provides our patients and families every day. He made sure we never gave up on him. Awards go to companies whose objective is to utilize innovative ideas or practical methods that lead to improved worker safety in roadway, plant site, or the quarry environment. Research both the nomination and your nominee before you write a letter. Two Operational Excellence Awards — the Outstanding Brochure and Outstanding Website Awards — have been discontinued.
I have been asked to nominate the candidate who has, in my opinion, accomplished more than any others in our research field and is deserving of the Outstanding Humanitarian Award. There are a few things you should keep in mind when writing endorsement letters. As head of the Sales Division, I have seen Jane rise from the level of Junior Representative to her present position in a short five years. This publicity provides the organization with the opportunity to demonstrate that recognition is available for positive contributors. She never shows her own distress and often works through her own fatigue and nausea. She did an outstanding job and finally through various medication adjustments, my diabetes got under control.
Our son considers him to be a very good friend who has been there since day one. She could always put my mom at ease. She is very patient and truly listens. She demonstrates great interpersonal skills and is a true patient advocate. She is always willing to cover a shift or come in on her day off to ensure adequate nursing staff for patient's safety. This nurse was able to be a supportive resource for the granddaughter and help her take herself out of the nursing mindset and back into the granddaughter role. The letter should be neatly typed or printed in a font that is easy to read.
Clearly state the reasons behind your endorsement request. University Heights, Ohio 44118 November 1, 2015 Dear Evaluation Committee: It is with great pleasure to nominate Ms. Disregarding the risk of infection for herself, she fed and comforted the babies and children with a human warmth that few of them would have otherwise experienced. I went up to her and asked what I could do to help her so she could go home. It is a positive contribution that deserves our recognition. She is an outstanding role model for the nursing profession. She is extremely professional while remaining completely humane.
She is a joy to be around. Many nights she sat with dad explaining over and over why he was in the hospital. It is my pleasure to recommend Jane Doe for the Sales Executive Award. She offers them encouragement to grow and learn. However, we preferred for the baby to be born in a hospital. Her selfless care to everyone was so appreciated and we know she gave the same care to everyone in her section. Thanks, Michelle for being such an inspiration to us all! He went above and beyond his calling as a nurse.
She was caring for an elderly patient who was nearing the end of her life. I consider this initiative as a tangible step where he created a framework and a forum for marginalized students to get involved and it has a lasting impact. He is always happy and smiling and ready to work! October 2012 Jennifer Rish was nominated by another associate, who noticed how compassionately — and successfully — she dealt with a difficult patient at Glancy Rehabilitation Center. If it weren't for her quick response and knowledge my husband would have died. The patient wasn't doing well and was progressively declining.
The stone had a small indentation where you could rub your thumb. She sprang into action and directed everyone on what to do. His caring attitude deserves to be applauded. Please share this with this nurse and let her know that she is impacting patient lives and making a difference. This nurse has a special heart and I am thankful for it.
As a Sales Executive, she has been effective at teaching her skills to her five Account Representatives. We should all strive for this! She always has a smile on her face, regardless of what she is personally going through. She is helpful to her so-workers and is always willing to lend a helping hand as evidences by a thank you for making it. I feel confident that you will agree that Jane Doe is the most deserving candidate for this award. No matter how busy she is, this nurse is always there when we need help. Also check to make sure you have used concrete examples.