VDMC nurse awarded Lifetime Achievement Award

Robin Meyer, left, Van Diest Medical Center’s manager surgery and specialty clinics, receives the Daisy Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award from Amy McDonough, chief nursing officer. The award was presented Tuesday afternoon at Meyer’s retirement reception.

Robin Meyer, RN, BSN, CNOR, CNAMB, RNFA, was awarded a Daisy Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award at Van Diest Medical Center on Tuesday, April 23, in recognition of her exceptional patient care and compassion.

Meyer is retiring from her position as the surgery and specialty clinics manager at VDMC. The award was presented to her by Amy McDonough, chief nursing officer, during Meyer’s retirement reception. Her career in nursing has spanned 46 years.

She has been nominated for the annual Daisy Award for Exceptional Nurses at Van Diest Medical Center multiple times over her 12 years of service to the hospital.

“As a Critical Access Hospital manager, you wear many hats and patient care is a part of that job. This is the part of the job where Robin excels. She has been nominated each year for the Daisy Award, recognizing nurses who provide exceptional care for patients,” said McDonough.

Meyer’s family and colleagues joined her for the retirement reception Tuesday afternoon in VDMC’s Garden View Cafe.


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