Peoria nurse earns Arizona Emergency Nurse of Year honor

Posted 12/21/20

Angela Reed, BSN, RN, a nurse at Abrazo Peoria Emergency Center, 26900 N. Lake Pleasant Parkway, Peoria, was recognized with the Arizona Emergency Nurse of the Year Award on Dec. 15.

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Peoria nurse earns Arizona Emergency Nurse of Year honor

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Angela Reed, BSN, RN, a nurse at Abrazo Peoria Emergency Center, 26900 N. Lake Pleasant Parkway, Peoria, was recognized with the Arizona Emergency Nurse of the Year Award on Dec. 15.

Presented by the Arizona Emergency Nurses Association, the award recognizes an outstanding emergency nurse in Arizona as identified by their peers, patients or administration. Ms. Reed was one of three nurses chosen as finalists from nominations across the state.

Members of the AZENA award selection committee choose the Arizona Emergency Nurse of the Year Award winner based on criteria including service significantly advancing the practice of emergency nursing, contributions that have affected the profession within the community or region, serving as a role model providing for coworkers, educational expertise in emergency nursing, and an advocate that demonstrates care and compassion toward patients and their significant others.

“She has been a nurse for many years and the emergency setting is a place where she shines in everything she does,” excerpts from Ms. Reed’s nomination noted. “This nurse displays a high level of clinical thinking, analytical skills and quality patient care. She was well respected by her fellow team members, often taking the lead in activities that required flexibility, collaboration, and team decision making.

“Her kindness, easy personality, smile, and humor easily put patients, families, and colleagues in an atmosphere that facilitate quality care, patient learning, and well-being. This nurse, empowered by various life experiences that encourage growth, steps out of her comfort zone, and spreads the word to others almost daily. Her infectious laugh and smile bring light and hope to those that might need to be cheered.

“In this year of 2020 all nurses should be considered to be nurse of the year and are heroes to many. I would like to think this nurse represents the commitment to care that embodies the spirit of the AZENA emergency nurse of the year.”

Abrazo Peoria Emergency Center is a freestanding emergency that serves as an extension of extension of Abrazo Arrowhead Campus, 18701 N. 67th Ave., Glendale. The center provides 24/7 emergency care, and includes 14 ER rooms, a full-service lab and advanced diagnostic imaging equipment on site.

Visit AbrazoHealth.com/locations.

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