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Nurse of the Month: Shelley Gering, RN, GastroIntestinal Associates Endoscopy Center

Wednesday, July 1, 2020   (0 Comments)
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Congratulations to Shelley Gering, RN, GastroIntestinal Associates Endoscopy Center as the June WISCA Nurse of the Month Awardee! Shelley was nominated by Shelly Hoffman. Here is a bit more about Shelley and why she deserves the award.

Shelley is genuinely a nice person; the compassion and kindness we should all bring to each other is evident in both her words and actions. When someone is good at heart, it shows through in all they do; Shelley is this kind of woman and our patients and the Endoscopy Center team she works with daily are fortunate to have her in our corner. It is my privilege to work with Shelley Gering and to nominate her for WISCA Nurse of the Month.

Excellent in clinical practice

Shelley comes to work each day with the intention of giving 100%; there is no half-way with her! She needs to feel prepared, often times staying late to ready charts and paperwork for the next day's work. Shelley is conscientious and genuinely cares about the work she does, whether it's caring for patients, caring for her peers, or caring that her work is the best it can be.

Compassionate with patients and families

Shelley is a happy and bubbly lady! It is obvious she is content in her nursing role; this is easily felt by her peers and by her patients. She is able to offer our patients a sense of security in knowing they are in good and capable hands when they come to us for care. Shelley serves as a charge nurse in our unit and this leadership position requires her to see all sides of a situation before reacting. Putting herself in another person's shoes is a quality she possesses and a valuable resource as we always work to understand the many variables in providing patient care.

Committed to team collaboration

Shelley's integrity shows through in all she does--everyday and in every way. She is skilled as an admit, intra-procedure and recovery nurse. Her role as a charge nurse requires her to be aware of patient needs, as well as serving the needs of her peers and our physicians. She understands the role of leadership and takes pride in a job well done. She is quick to acknowledge the positives of others, offering them a "good job". Shelley has been a gift to our unit as we have worked through our COVID-19 slow-down and now our ramp-up. The extra time she has given to keep our patient care days running smoothly is beneficial to every one of our team members.

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