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JUDY TATE NAMED NANTICOKE’S APRIL NURSE OF THE MONTH

Pictured L-R: Penny Short, BSN, RN, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Nursing Officer; Judy Tate, RN, PCU Charge Nurse; Shawn Grim, RN, BSN, Director of CDU & PCU; Lori Lee, BSN, RN, Vice President of Nursing

Nanticoke Health Services is pleased to announce that Judith “Judy” Tate, RN, has been named Nurse of the Month for April 2019.

Judy began her career with Nanticoke Health Services in June 1994 as an employee of Life Care at Loftland Park. In February 2000, Judy transferred as a staff nurse to the Progressive Care Unit (PCU). Judy is a natural leader in her current role as Charge Nurse on PCU. She is a fierce patient advocate, and as such has enabled staff to provide exceptional care through her mentorship.

Judy leads the PCU through the most turbulent days with a steady hand and always puts others before herself. Her peers continue to say, “If Judy is here, it’s going to be a good day.” She has been a champion for many projects throughout the organization including “The 1 in 100 Campaign” which supported the Emergency Department and Clinical Decision Unit expansion.

Judy and her husband Chad live in Seaford and have two daughters, Jenna and Courtney. Judy is always the life of the party with her infectious laugh and smile. She enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends.

Nanticoke appreciates all of Judy’s hard work and dedication. Please join us in congratulating her as our April Nurse of the Month!

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