Nicole House-Blanc, a staff nurse in the Ambulatory Surgery Center at Atlantic General Hospital, was recently recognized for her healthcare service to the community by the Maryland-Delaware-DC Moose chapter.
The chapter presented her with a plaque and statue in honor of her work and provided coloring books and crayons for pediatric patients rendered care at Atlantic General Hospital. These books describe what the Moose is about and serve as a great learning tool for children to develop their community ethics at an early age.
The pediatric materials were presented to Andi West-McCabe, Director of the Emergency Department and Shirley Spirk, Director of Surgical Services.
“This is wonderful for our pediatric population,” said West-McCabe. “Children are scared when they come to the hospital, and this allows them to take home something fun and positive from their experience.”
“Nicole is an exceptional and versatile nurse whose devotion to her job and patient care is evident every day, said Spirk. “She is a superb caregiver and we are lucky to have her as a champion in our department and community.”
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