BEE Award Winner: Robin Turnmire

Congratulations to Robin Turnmire for being recognized with the BEE award. Robin was nominated by her supervisor for the support she shows to her patients and for her dedication to putting his patients first every day.

Robin is pictured here outside holding her BEE flower arrangement.
Robin pictured with her BEE flower arrangement.

Robin’s Nomination

“Robin has put in great effort into a patient that is particularly difficult to care for therapeutically due to their illness but also due to his behaviors that put patient at physical risk. Robin has worked with both the unit and the patient to achieve the best possible outcome for patient while in our care. This includes voluntarily coming in on a Saturday when there was not going to be  a therapist coverage due to an emergency to make sure that this patient and other hospital emergent needs were met.

Robin has a strong history of stepping up and taking on difficult things. For example, she will volunteer to take on tough clinical cases and work above and beyond to help patients and families get to the best place they can from an inpatient setting. This often means she stays over and has multiple sessions with people and families. She helps on the unit if and when needed to diffuse tense situations.

Robin is willing to do things outside of her direct tasks so that the best treatment possible is provided to patients. She readily responds to requests to do safety plans for non-admits. She will make needed follow-up calls to discharge patients to ensure wellbeing and encourage treatment compliance and she does a weekly aftercare group in the evening among other things.

Robin consistently tries to educate and encourage patients to do the follow-up work necessary for wellbeing. She provides resources and additional information to supplement treatment provided in the hospital. She is supportive of peers and willing to provide consultation when needed. Robin is not only clinically strong, but she tries her best to be supportive of staff in the hospital as well.”

The purpose of image is to celebrate Robin who is pictured in photo. The picture consists of leadership team and Robin holding the BEE banner in front of the water.
Robin pictured with leadership team.


More About The BEE Award

Parkwest implemented The BEE (Being Exceptional Every day) Award to recognize employees who aren’t RNs and LPNs (they can be nominated for The DAISY Award). A DAISY can’t survive without a BEE and a BEE can’t survive without a DAISY! Nominate someone for a BEE Award today!







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