Photo from a Ceremony for The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses, Presented by UnitedHealthcare and The DAISY Foundation

CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- UnitedHealthcare and The DAISY Foundation presented the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. This unique recognition program is part of many hospitals' recruitment and retention programs, helping to offset the acute shortage of nurses nationwide. Each month, nurses are selected by their nursing administration and peers to receive The DAISY Award. The honorees receive a certificate commending her/him for being an "Extraordinary Nurse." The certificate reads: "In deep appreciation of all you do, who you are, and the incredibly meaningful difference you make in the lives of so many people."

Pictured with DAISY Award winners from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are:

Paul Brophy, executive director, UnitedHealthcare Southwest Ohio and Kentucky (third from left) Bonnie Barnes, co-founder, The DAISY Foundation (fourth from left) Cheryl Hoying, RN, senior vice president, Patient Services, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (far right)

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Pictured with DAISY Award winners from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center are: Paul Brophy, executive director, UnitedHealthcare Southwest Ohio and Kentucky (third from left) Bonnie Barnes, co-founder, The DAISY Foundation (fourth from left) Cheryl Hoying, RN, senior vice president, Patient Services, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (far right) (Photo: Business Wire)

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