Terry Moore, registered nurse and clinical leader of the Atlantic Endoscopy Center, was recently honored with EndoNurse Magazine’s Most Valuable Professional in Endoscopy Award. This is the second year the magazine, which reaches 13,000 gastroenterology nurses and technicians nationwide, has bestowed this honor.
Selection for the MVP Award was made via online voting, which was open to all – subscribers, gastroenterology professionals and the public at large.
EndoNurse Magazine’s 2nd Annual Most Valuable Professionals in Endoscopy Award.
Moore was nominated by her staff and the gastroenterologists at the Atlantic Endoscopy Center this past spring, but didn’t learn about it until they told her about the submission during a monthly staff meeting.
“What an awesome feeling knowing I have made a difference in people's lives,” Moore said. “Treating and taking care of others the way my parents raised me has been recognized. I have to be honest – there is no higher honor or compliment.”
Moore will be featured in the October/November issue of EndoNurse Magazine.
About the Atlantic Endoscopy Center
The Atlantic Endoscopy Center, located within the Barrett Medical Office Building on Atlantic General Hospital’s campus in Berlin, Md., celebrated its first anniversary in March. The center offers a quiet, private atmosphere away from the busy hustle and bustle of the hospital environment.
With private rooms and a dedicated staff who provide care only for those patients who come to the Atlantic Endoscopy Center, the atmosphere is designed to alleviate much of the apprehension and embarrassment typical to many GI procedures.
For more information about the Atlantic Endoscopy Center, routine colon cancer screenings or other procedures performed at the center, call 410.629.6800.
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