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Seven Johns Hopkins Nurses Named to Baltimore Magazine’s 2018 Top Nurses List

Seven Johns Hopkins Nurses Named to Baltimore Magazine’s 2018 Top Nurses List 

Nurses will be featured in the magazine's May issue.

2018 Top Nurses The seven Baltimore magazine Excellence in Nursing Award winners from Johns Hopkins, pictured from left to right. Back row: Kristina Hoerl, Erica Hall, Alicia Dillon, Cheryl Stephens. Front row: Pamela Spranger, Elizabeth Radcliffe, Megan Cullen.

Credit: Keith Weller

Baltimore magazine has announced its 2018 Excellence in Nursing Awards and, as usual, Johns Hopkins nurses are well-represented. This year, the magazine is honoring seven Johns Hopkins nurses for their extraordinary contributions to health care in its fourth annual “Excellence in Nursing” issue, which will be published in May.

The Johns Hopkins honorees, representing three hospitals within the Johns Hopkins Health System — The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and Howard County General Hospital — are being recognized for their outstanding work in a variety of nursing specialties.

Congratulations to:

  • Megan Cullen, B.S.N., R.N. – Howard County General Hospital, in the Community Care/Ambulatory Care category
  • Alicia Dillon, R.N. – The Johns Hopkins Hospital, in the Intensive Care category
  • Erica Hall, M.S.N., A.N.P.-B.C., C.D.E. – The Johns Hopkins Hospital, in the Medical-Surgical Nursing category
  • Kristina Hoerl, M.S.N., R.N.-B.C., C.R.N. – The Johns Hopkins Hospital, in the Educator category
  • Elizabeth Radcliffe, R.N. – The Johns Hopkins Hospital, in the Acute Care/Family Practice/General Medicine category
  • Pamela Spranger, R.N. – Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, in the Rehabilitation category
  • Cheryl Stephens, R.N. – The Johns Hopkins Hospital, in the Pediatrics: Neonatal category

The 50 “top nurses” winners were chosen from hundreds of nominees from across the region by a panel of highly experienced nurse advisers, recruited to assist with this effort. The full list of winners can be found at baltimoremagazine.com/excellence-in-nursing-2018

 
 
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