2015 National Nurses Week

| Posted On May 08, 2015 | By:

nurses week 2015The 2015 National Nurses Week theme is “Ethical Practice. Quality Care” and this theme is demonstrated every day with every patient and family interaction by the superb nurses at Harvard Vanguard. Our nurses primary commitment is to their patients and families and ensuring they receive safe, high quality, patient centered health care. Harvard Vanguard nurses are partnering with their colleagues in designing and improving the processes of care. These efforts, as well as the day-to-day care they provide, are making a difference in the lives of our patients and families. Join me in celebrating the achievements of these talented nurses and their commitment to excellence.

Although I know this is only a small glimpse of the amazing care provided at Harvard Vanguard each and every day, I would like to share the inspiring recognition and testimony given by those colleagues and patients who this year who nominated 2 of our nurses for the annual Boston Globe Salute to Nurses  program which was published in print and online this past Sunday.

We congratulate and sincerely thank our extraordinary nurses!

Recognized by Boston Globe Salute to Nurses 2015

Patricia Tesik, RN – Cambridge Pediatrics

Gail M Libowsky, NP, RNC – Watertown Internal Medicine

Nomination Letters (not all letters have been published)

Patricia Tesik, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates: Patricia has been our pediatric nurse since the day our first child was born, almost 19 years ago. Every single step along the way, she has answered our calls within moments, given great advice, and treated the kids with respect and humor. I have spoken with her privately so many times about various parental concerns and she always provides excellent guidance. She deserves recognition for her stellar career. —Nominated by Janet Domenitz

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About Deborah Morsi, PhD, RN, NEA-BC

Deborah Morsi joined Atrius Health in November 2012 as the Vice President of Nursing for Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates. She brings to our practice an enormous breadth of knowledge, experience, and compassion focused on what is best for patients. Prior to joining the organization, Deborah served as Vice President of Patient Care Systems for Baystate Medical Center and Chief Nursing Officer of Baystate Health for the past eight years. In her total of 30 years at Baystate, Deborah served in various leadership roles including Nursing Operations, Nursing Practice & Research, and as a Nurse Manager. Deborah has also previously worked at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York and Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Deborah received her BS in Nursing from SUNY Brooklyn, an MS degree in Nursing Administration from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, and a PhD in Nursing from University of Massachusetts. Deborah has numerous publications covering such topics as patient safety, process improvement, and nursing job satisfaction.

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