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Palmetto Gold 2007.



This article is being written as we eagerly anticipate the sixth annual gala of the Palmetto Gold Nurse Recognition and Scholarship Program. The Gala which will feature the Palmetto Gold award recipients and scholarship recipients is being held at Seawell's Banquet Center in Columbia on April 21, 2007. The Gala honors 100 registered nurses who have been chosen for their excellence in nursing practice and their commitment and dedication to the profession of nursing.

The Palmetto Gold Nurse Recognition and Scholarship Program originated in 2002 when a coalition of nurse leaders from major nursing organizations came together to plan a strategy for showcasing the many contributions that nurses make to the healthcare system. The net proceeds from the gala are used to fund a $1000 scholarship for each registered nurse program in the state, with the balance invested in an endowment. The proceeds from the 2006 gala were sufficient to provide a $1000 scholarship to 23 nursing students and these scholarship recipients will be recognized the evening of the gala.

Many thanks go to all contributors, sponsors, and supporters of the Palmetto Gold Nurse Recognition and Scholarship Program.

We salute the 100 Palmetto Gold award recipients for 2007!

Jeffery S. Adams, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Trena D. Addison, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Jody Allen, Carolinas Hospital System

Nancy H. Allen, SC DHEC DHEC Department of Health and Environmental Control
DHEC Deep Heat Energy Corporation
 

Judith W. Andrews, Greenville Hospital System University

Medical Center

Teresa Arrison, Dorn VA Medical Center

Jean M. Barido, Moncrief Army Community Hospital

Nancy I. Barnes, McLeod Medical Center Dillon

Betty J. Barnes, McLeod Medical Center Dillon

Dale Baumgerner, Oconee Memorial Hospital

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People:
, College of Nursing, MUSC MUSC Medical University of South Carolina
MUSC Maritime and Underwater Security Consultants
MUSC Memphis Union Station Company
 

Mary Boyd, College of Nursing, USC An abbreviation for U.S. Code.  

Marilyn Brady, Trident Technical College Trident Technical College (TTC) is a two-year institution located in Charleston, South Carolina that takes pride in providing diverse and innovative educational programs and services in a highly technical and competitive global environment.  

Rhonda Broom, McLeod Hospice House

Barbara J. Casper, McLeod Health

Kelley Cassady, McLeod Regional Medical Center

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The Medical University of South Carolina
 

Betty S. Cervenka, SC DHEC

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Marilyn Coleman, SC DHEC

Sarah S. Cooper, SC DHEC

Marcia Coster-Schulz, Palmetto Health Baptist

Deborah Couillard, Medical University of South Carolina

Bernice Daugherty, Lander College

Elizabeth De Santis, SC DHEC

Anita DeWeese, Greenville Memorial Hospital Greenville Memorial Hospital is a 710-bed tertiary care center located in Greenville, South Carolina. The hospital, one of the largest in South Carolina, is the regional referral center for the Upstate of South Carolina.  

Kay I. Dewitt, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Janet Lynne Douglass, College of Nursing, USC

Carol Draghi-Osmer, Medical University of South Carolina Hospital

Monika E. Dutton, Roper Saint Francis Healthcare

Sheryl J. Elmore, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Teresa Ervin, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Brenda Flanigan-Tyson, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

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Michelle Anne Frye, Roper Hospital

Sheila Gatch, Sisters of Charity Providence Hospital

Terry Gilreath, North Greenville Hospital

Kimberly Glenn, College of Nursing, USC

Mary Grindel, Aiken Regional Medical Center

Sue K. Haddock, Dorn VA Medical Center

Nell S. Hair, Palmetto Health Baptist

Gina Hammond, Lexington Medical Center

Karen Latrelle Hardy, Palmetto Senior Care

Tara B. Harris, Piedmont Technical College Piedmont Technical College ([1] is a two-year degree granting, tertiary educational institution. The College's Lex Walters Campus is located in Greenwood, South Carolina, and six County Centers also operate in Abbeville County, Edgefield County, Laurens County, McCormick  

Patricia Harvin, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

Brenda Hensley, Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center

Debbie W. Herman, Dorn VA Medical Center

Charmeon Hines, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Margaret Holt, Lexington Medical Center

Jean Z. Hooper, Dorn VA Medical Center

Jeffrey Humphries, Aiken Regional Medical Center

Janet W. Hyman, Carolinas Hospital System

Dianna Inman, Medical University of South Carolina

Stacie Tallon Johnson, McLeod Health

Karen T. Johnson, Greenville Memorial Hospital

Julie M. Jones, Medical University of South Carolina

Patricia Jones, McLeod Medical Center Dillon

Eleanor Jordan, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Sidney Kohn, Lexington Medical Center

E. Juanita Lee, Clemson University

Deborah B. Lee, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Lynn Lewis, Tri-County Technical College

Laura C. Lien, US Air Force

Norman Loranger, Palmetto Health Baptist

Gayenell Magwood, College of Nursing, MUSC

Jane Mansfield, SC DHEC

Benjamin E. Marett, Piedmont Medical Center Piedmont Medical Center (PMC) is a 288 bed acute care facility located in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The hospital began life as York County General Hospital on Ebenezer Road.  

Mary M. Martin, Medical University of South Carolina

Patricia Maybee, Mountain View Family Practice

Lauren McCauley, Piedmont Medical Center

Tiffany S. Miller, McLeod Medical Center Dillon

Edna Mimss, Carolinas Hospital System

Roberta J. Mingo, McLeod Regional Medical Center

Margaret Jody Mishoe, SC DHEC

Tonya Parcell, Palmetto Health

Mary Jane Plance, Roper Hospital

Joyce Pompey, School of Nursing, USC Aiken

Charlene A. Pope, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

Michelle D. Poston, McLeod Health

Angela Putnam, Carolinas Hospital System

Dixie Roberts, SC DHEC

Cheryl W. Robinson, Carolinas Hospital System

Kimela Shealy, Lexington Medical Center

Rosemarie L. Shelley, SC DHEC

Pamela Smith, Medical University of South Carolina

Hart Smith, McLeod Medical Center

Tammy Smith, Byrnes High School

Susan W. Snow, Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center

Tabitha S. Soderstrom, Sisters of Charity Providence Hospital

Gloria Stenback, Greenville Hospital System

Minnie E. Strickland, Anderson School District

Sally D. Stroud, College of Nursing, MUSC

Tammy Turner, SC DHEC

Sara L. Tyler, Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center

Jennifer Wiechowski, Medical University of South Carolina

Paige Williams, McLeod Medical Center

Deborah F. Willoughby, Clemson University

Danette J. Wood, Dorn VA Medical Center

Jennifer Wood, Medical University of South Carolina

Also, we salute the 23 scholarship recipients for 2007!

Rebecca Lynn Burns, Greenville Technical College Greenville Technical College is a community college located in the city of Greenville, South Carolina. Greenville Tech is the oldest and largest of 16 colleges in the South Carolina Technical College System and the third largest post-secondary institution in the state,  

Gabrielle Bush, Francis Marion University Francis Marion University (formerly Francis Marion College) is located seven miles east of Florence, South Carolina, USA. It is a liberal arts university named in honor of American Revolutionary War hero Brigadier General Francis Marion.  

Margret Lynette Callahan, Bob Jones University

Jeremy Wes Christie, Spartanburg Community College Spartanburg Community College (SCC) (Formerly Spartanburg Technical College or Spartanburg Tech), is a public, suburban, two-year comprehensive, open-admission institution of higher education serving the citizens of Spartanburg, Cherokee, and Union counties in  

Deborah Salley Cook, Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College History
The South Carolina Technical Educational System was established in 1961 in a legislation signed by then governor Ernest F. Hollings in order to educate the citizens of South Carolina in the technical and vocational fields, an attempt to reduce the jobs lost by means of
 

Claire Ann Crawford, University of South Carolina
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Tony Ann Cribb, Florence Darlington Technical College

Lynn R. DiVecchio, Medical University of South Carolina

Trisha M. Eckstein, Horry-Georgetown Technical College

Jennifer Gilbert, Clemson University

Thomas W. Greenman, Central Carolina Technical College

Heather Hartley, Aiken Technical College Introduction
Aiken Technical College is one of the 16 schools in the South Carolina Technical College System and has been serving the community for more than 30 years. More than 3,400 students enroll in credit courses annually, and ATC’s non-credit offerings reach over
 

Heather Nicole Hightower, York Technical College /USCL

Zacobia Horton, USC Upstate

Christie Michelle Howard, Midlands Technical College Midlands Technical College is a comprehensive, multi-campus, public, two-year college serving the primary region of Richland, Lexington and Fairfield counties of South Carolina. College programs and services provide accessible, affordable, high quality post-secondary education that  

Abigail Lindsay Kaniaris, Charleston Southern University Charleston Southern University, founded in 1964, is an independent comprehensive university located in Charleston, South Carolina.

Charleston Southern is one of South Carolina's largest accredited, independent universities, enrolling approximately 3,000 students.
 

Jeanette Kelly, SC State University

Donna B. Osborne, Tri-County Technical College

Souzanne Roper, Trident Technical College

Anghela M. Salas, Piedmont Technical College

Heather L. Shanks, Technical College of the Low Country

Korey Kathleen Springman, Lander University

Nicole Whaley, USC Aiken

Congratulations to both the award recipients and the scholarship recipients for 2007! We are very proud of each of you.

If you would like information regarding future Palmetto Gold activities, see our website at www.scpalmettogold.org. Contributions in support of the Palmetto Gold Nurse Recognition and Scholarship Program can be made by sending a check to the South Carolina Nurses Foundation (SCNF SCNF Salmon-Challis National Forest (Salmon, ID)
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), Palmetto Gold; 1821 Gadsden Street; Columbia, SC 29201.

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Palmetto Gold Steering Committee

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 Members Who Received the Palmetto Gold Award in 2007

Phyllis Bonham

Mary Boyd

Marilyn Brady

Rhonda Broom

Betty Cervenka

Marilyn Coleman

Bernice Daughterly

Janet Lynne Douglass

Brenda Flanigan-Tyson

Karen Latrelle Hardy

Debbie W. Herman

Jaen Z Hooper

Stacie Tallon Johnson

E. Juanita Lee

Patricia Maybee

Joyce Pompey

Sally Stroud
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