StoneSprings Hospital Nurse Wins DAISY Award

Becky Morrill, a nurse at StoneSprings Hospital Center was presented the DAISY Award, an honor given to extraordinary nurses to celebrate skillful and compassionate care. 

The Award, created and managed by the DAISY Foundation, was founded by parents to honor the care given to their terminally ill son. It recognizes nurses for the skillful, compassionate care they provide patients and families. Programs are tailored to individual hospitals or groups and are active in nearly 5,000 healthcare facilities and schools of nursing worldwide. Anyone who experiences or observes extraordinary care provided by a nurse may submit a nomination.

“Becky was given the DAISY Award for her skilled and compassionate care during a stressful delivery,” said Amy Paratore, StoneSprings Hospital Center chief nursing officer. “Her nomination is typical of her patient care every day. Her kindness and caring set the standard for nursing care that all patients can expect at StoneSprings.”

Morrill has earned this DAISY award twice during her tenure at StoneSprings Hospital Center. 

One thought on “StoneSprings Hospital Nurse Wins DAISY Award

  • 2022-05-26 at 7:28 am
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    What a nice way to celebrate Nurses Month — by honoring the accomplishments of Becky Morrill. I hope I never need her wonderful services. But it’s great to know she’s there, just in case. And to think she’s won two DAISY Awards during her tenure at StoneSprings. That’s quite an accomplishment. Happy Nurses Month Loudoun!

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