Hilton Head Hospital nurse Kelly Kulas, left, laughs as  certified nursing assistant Stacey Dixon, center, helps hold up the  Daisy Award banner that will be placed in the cardiac catheterization  lab where Kulas works. Tena Barnes-Carraher, third from right, cofounder  and vice president of the DAISY Foundation, presented the award to  Kulas on Wednesday.
Hilton Head Hospital nurse Kelly Kulas, left, laughs as certified nursing assistant Stacey Dixon, center, helps hold up the Daisy Award banner that will be placed in the cardiac catheterization lab where Kulas works. Tena Barnes-Carraher, third from right, cofounder and vice president of the DAISY Foundation, presented the award to Kulas on Wednesday. Sarah Welliver
Hilton Head Hospital nurse Kelly Kulas, left, laughs as certified nursing assistant Stacey Dixon, center, helps hold up the Daisy Award banner that will be placed in the cardiac catheterization lab where Kulas works. Tena Barnes-Carraher, third from right, cofounder and vice president of the DAISY Foundation, presented the award to Kulas on Wednesday. Sarah Welliver

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