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Dianna Secrest, Nurse Aide, receives TULIP Award

Dianna Secrest, Nurse Aide, receives TULIP Award Dianna Secrest, a Nurse Aide at Rapid City Hospital Heart and Vascular Unit, has received the TULIP Award. This award is presented to nursing support caregivers who exemplify Monument Health’s values of trust, respect, compassion, community and excellence. These individuals make a difference in the lives of their patients and patient families, and are a vital part of our nursing care teams. Dianna was nominated by the friend of a patient who was impressed by her kindness. 

The nomination read, “My wife and I met Dianna while she was caring for our friend. We learned that she drove his car home and parked it, she took his clothes home and washed them for him, and she gave him a haircut and trimmed his beard.”

TULIP is an acronym for, “Thoughtful upbeat loving individuals caring for patients,” and the TULIP Award recognizes outstanding members of Monument Health’s nursing support teams. Nursing support includes positions such as Nurse Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants, Emergency Department Technicians, Psychiatric Technicians, Health Unit Clerks, Dialysis Technicians, Clinical Assistants, Cardiac Monitoring Technicians, Activities Assistants, Medical Assistants, Certified Medical Assistants, Medication Aides and Restorative Assistants. Caregivers in Rapid City are selected four times a year for this recognition. Caregivers are also honored in Custer, Lead-Deadwood, Spearfish and Sturgis. Visit to nominate.

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