Trinity Nurse Named One of 100 Great Nurses in Iowa
At UnityPoint Health – Trinity Regional Medical Center, one of the 100 Great Nurses in Iowa is part of our team. The 100 Great Iowa Nurses program award recognizes nurses who have made meaningful, lasting contributions to their patients, colleagues and the nursing profession. They also are viewed as mentors to other nursing professionals.
Nurses selected for this honor represent many sectors of health care, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, schools, parishes and physician offices across the state.
Sue Mileham, RN, Care Coordination and Long Term Care Liaison, was awarded as
one of this year’s 100 Great Nurses. Sue has been with Trinity for 23 years and has worked in several different areas of the hospital including; floor nurse and charge nurse, she has worked with Home Health Care and Hospice, Clinical Performance Improvement Specialist, Bed Control, Case Manager and as a Nurse Manager.
Sue was nominated for her tireless work and dedication to working with area long term care facilities associated with UnityPoint Health – Trinity Pioneer ACO. Sue was also noted for her professionalism, dedication to patients and their families and is a role model to other nurses.
The Iowa Nurses Association, Iowa Nurses Foundation and the University of Iowa College of Nursing collaborate each year to create this list to honor 100 nurses from around the state. The 100 honorees are from 36 Iowa counties and were selected from a pool of more than 350 individuals nominated by physicians, patients and others. The honorees will be celebrated May 3, 2015 at the Grand Ballroom of the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. It is the program’s 11th anniversary and a prelude to National Nurses Week, May 6-12.