February 25, 2021
DALLAS – An impressive group of 23 Medical City Healthcare nurses has been named 2021 DFW “Great 100 Nurses.” The elite honor celebrates the significant contributions of nurses practicing across all disciplines including patient care, academics, education, research and leadership roles.
Of more than 50,000 nurses practicing in North Texas, only 100 honorees are named to the list for exemplifying excellence as compassionate caregivers, leaders, role models and significant contributors to the nursing profession.
“I am extremely proud that Medical City Healthcare nurses comprise nearly a quarter of this year’s honorees,” says Medical City Healthcare Chief Nursing Executive Zach Mueller, RN, DNP. “From the bedside to the boardroom, this prestigious recognition further distinguishes our system of great nurses for their dedication to compassionate care in every action, every patient, every time.”
Medical City Healthcare Honored Nurses:
Medical City Healthcare: Janelle Braun, Rhonda Ross
Medical City Healthcare Patient Transfer Center: Setha Goodwin
Medical City Arlington: Melonnie Pollard
Medical City Children’s Hospital: Jennifer Brannum, Brittany Kendlehart, Josie Miodov, Corey Robnett, Elena Wurtz
Medical City Dallas: Kaci Baca, Jordan Lindley, KyrieAnn Parker, Joan Ronquillo, Lindsey Segura, Joyce Soule
Medical City Fort Worth: Steve Cermak, Tammy Pascarella, Jennifer Yaklin
Medical City Green Oaks: Russell Reed
Medical City Heart Hospital: Megan Brunson
Medical City McKinney: Amanda Faggart, Libbie Sidereas, Autumn Wood
Dedication to an exceptional nursing practice environment is a hallmark of Medical City Healthcare. More than 350 Medical City Healthcare nurses have been named to the DFW Great 100 Nurses list since 1991. Seven Medical City Healthcare hospitals hold the prestigious Magnet Recognized® status from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. The credential is the highest international honor for professional nursing practice.