Cory Lucas (right), a registered nurse at HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland, receives the hospital’s first DAISY Award from Teresa Cornelius, director of clinical services, and John Ludwig, CEO and president of St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Cory Lucas (right), a registered nurse at HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland, receives the hospital’s first DAISY Award from Teresa Cornelius, director of clinical services, and John Ludwig, CEO and president of St. Joseph’s Hospital. Provided image
Cory Lucas (right), a registered nurse at HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland, receives the hospital’s first DAISY Award from Teresa Cornelius, director of clinical services, and John Ludwig, CEO and president of St. Joseph’s Hospital. Provided image

Highland nurse receives DAISY Award

February 06, 2017 08:00 AM

UPDATED February 06, 2017 08:00 AM

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