Four nurses from Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) have been named to the 2015 “Great 100 Nurses.” Denise Gueniot, RN, Angela Mathieu, RN, Teresita McNabb, RN, MSHSA, NE-A, CLNC, FACHE, and Joseph Plunkett, RN, were honored at the 29th Annual Great 100 Nurses Celebration held October 14th at The Pontchartrain Center.
Denise Gueniot, RN, is the Case Manager in the Case Management Department and has worked for TGMC for over 9 years. Angela Mathieu, RN, is the Clinical Project Coordinator in the Information Technology Department and has served TGMC for over 13 years. Teresita McNabb, RN, MSHSA, NE-A, CLNC, FACHE, is the Vice President of Nursing Services and has played a key role in nursing services at TGMC for over 30 years. Joseph Plunkett, RN, is a nurse in the Post Anesthesia Care Unit and has worked for TGMC for over 24 years.
Each year over 1,000 people attend the gala honoring 100 nurses, nominated by their peers, patients, family, friends and colleagues who have exemplified concern for humanity, as well as making outstanding contributions to both the community and the nursing profession. It is a great honor in the life of a nurse.
“TGMC is incredibly proud to have four nurses being recognized as part of this year’s Great 100 Nurses,” said Phyllis Peoples, president and CEO. “Our nurses are dedicated to providing outstanding care to the patients at TGMC and we are thrilled they have been chosen for this prestigious nursing recognition.”
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