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West Hills Hospital Names Daisy Award Winner

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West Hills Hospital & Medical Center has honored Amy Sekhon, a registered nurse, with the prestigious DAISY Award. 

This award recognizes extraordinary nurses who make a meaningful difference in the lives of patients and their families.

Sekhon was nominated by a patient’s family for the outstanding care she provided.  The family wrote, “Her kindness, hospitality and patience are unmatched. She answered every question with clarity and made sure that we understood what was going on. We loved her calm and gentle yet outgoing personality and she is definitely a person that anyone can feel comfortable around, which is a trait that is so important to have as a nurse.”  

The award was presented to Sekhon by Jesse Roque, West Hills Hospital Chief Nursing Officer.

The DAISY Foundation and its DAISY Award were established in memory of J. Patrick Barnes, who passed away in 1999 due to complications from an autoimmune disease. Barnes’ family created the foundation and DAISY Award in recognition of the high-quality care Barnes received from his nurses, as a way to thank exceptional nurses for years to come. 

“We are very fortunate to have Amy on our team.  She is a very skilled and compassionate nurse, who goes above and beyond to care for her patients,” said  Roque.

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