Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) May 09, 2014
Ms. Castillo has worked with NaphCare since July 2007 and has served as the Unit Manager at the Denver Reception and Diagnostic Center in Denver, CO. Ms. Castillo was selected for this award from over 10,000 registered nurses and other health care professionals who are members of ANNA.
The Quality Care Award is sponsored by Church & Dwight Co., Inc. and serves to “recognize a nurse or technician who, through clinical excellence and exceptional human compassion, has provided care to hemodialysis patients that is above and beyond the requirements of his/her position.” Along with a plaque commemorating this achievement, Ms. Castillo will be awarded $2,000.
Ms. Castillo was selected because of her dedication to personal and professional growth through continuing education, involvement in patient care through patient education, and active involvement in nephrology nursing activities.
“Leilani is always striving to ensure the delivery of highest quality of care,” says NaphCare’s Directory of Ancillary Services, Amber Leckenby. “I am very proud of her for receiving this well-deserved award and feel fortunate to have her as a dialysis manager on our NaphCare team.”
The American Nephrology Nurses' Association (ANNA) promotes excellence in and appreciation of nephrology nursing to make a positive difference for people with kidney disease. They were established as a nonprofit organization in 1969 and have a membership of over 10,000 registered nurses and other health care professionals at all levels of practice.
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