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Tacoma General nurse wins Nurse of the Year
Linda Wayman-Davis, a long-time nurse with MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit, has won the Pierce County Nurses Association Nurse of the Year Award.
“Linda is one of the most expert and knowledgeable nurses that we have,” said Linda Dean, RN, Clinical Director of Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit. “She is dedicated to providing outstanding care to our patients.”
Wayman-Davis has been working at Tacoma General Hospital for nearly 30 years. She was among the first nurses to work in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit inside the Tacoma General Heart Hospital.
This award honors excellence in nursing. The Pierce County Nurses Association is affiliated with the Washington Nurses Association.
Wayman-Davis was nominated by her colleagues at Tacoma General Hospital. She will be honored in May during a special ceremony.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010 in