Coastal Carolina Hospital intensive care unit nurse Dee Husketh, right, receives a hug and a bouquet of flowers from the hospital's chief nursing officer, Shelly Weilenman, when it was announced on Thursday that Husketh was the recipient of the DAISY Award, which recognizes nurses for the hard work they do each day. The award is sponsored by the national DAISY Foundation, formed in memory of J. Patrick Barnes, who died from complications of an auto-immune disease. DAISY stands for Diseases Attacking the Immune System.
Coastal Carolina Hospital intensive care unit nurse Dee Husketh, right, receives a hug and a bouquet of flowers from the hospital's chief nursing officer, Shelly Weilenman, when it was announced on Thursday that Husketh was the recipient of the DAISY Award, which recognizes nurses for the hard work they do each day. The award is sponsored by the national DAISY Foundation, formed in memory of J. Patrick Barnes, who died from complications of an auto-immune disease. DAISY stands for Diseases Attacking the Immune System. Jay Karr, Staff photo
Coastal Carolina Hospital intensive care unit nurse Dee Husketh, right, receives a hug and a bouquet of flowers from the hospital's chief nursing officer, Shelly Weilenman, when it was announced on Thursday that Husketh was the recipient of the DAISY Award, which recognizes nurses for the hard work they do each day. The award is sponsored by the national DAISY Foundation, formed in memory of J. Patrick Barnes, who died from complications of an auto-immune disease. DAISY stands for Diseases Attacking the Immune System. Jay Karr, Staff photo

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