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Coral Gables Hospital is proud to honor this quarter’s DAISY Award winner, Norma Solomon, RN

Jan 30, 2020

Jonathan Fraginals, Director of Telemetry and Norma Solomon As a nurse at Coral Gables Hospital, Norma Solomon has some of the most important traits a nurse should have. She shows compassion, patience, and excellent communication skills.  Norma is being recognized for being a team player and collaborating with her fellow nurses to deliver the best possible patient outcome. The patients frequently compliment the excellent care that she gives. She loves what she does and is truly making an impact in people’s lives.

The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses is a special program that recognizes the outstanding deeds nurses perform every day. It was created by the DAISY Foundation, which was founded in memory of J. Patrick Barnes by his parents after they experienced firsthand the compassion and care of their son’s nurses.

Pictured:  Jonathan Fraginals, Director of Telemetry and Norma Solomon 

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