Sunday, 18 May 2014

35 Best Nurses For the Year 2014-Florence Nightingale Awards



The President Confers the Florence Nightingale Awards to 35 Nurses 
Sh Ghulam Nabi Azad: Nurses form an Indispensable Part of the Healthcare System.


"Congratulating the awardees, the President said that they have distinguished themselves through their exceptional service and extraordinary dedication in the care of the sick and the infirm, and that they have brought credit to a vocation that is chosen by the most selfless and compassionate among us. In recognizing them, we pay tribute to the entire corps of nursing personnel in India, the President stated. He said that today nurses are the largest workforce in the healthcare industry in India. Nursing services and capacity building have expanded considerably since Independence and their roles and responsibilities have multiplied over the years, the President said. 

The theme selected by the International Council of Nurses, “Nurses: A force for change – A vital resource for health”, is quite appropriate, he said. The Council has rightly recommended that the nursing workforce in India can be an instrument of change - through better workforce planning, improvement in its education and work environment and through a constructive process of assessing and addressing the nursing workload, the President stated".


The list of awardees for 2014 is as follows:

1.      Ms. Daizy Thomas from Andhra Pradesh.
2.      Major General Sunita Kapoor from Army Head Quarters.
3.      Dr. Sudhamani Amma. S from Kerala.
4.      Ms. A. Gnana Laxmi from Hyderabad.
5.      Ms. Rafiqa Bashir from Jammu & Kashmir.
6.      Dr. Punitha Vijaya Ezhilarasu from Tamil Nadu.
7.      Dr. Sailaxmi Gandhi from Karnataka.
8.      Sister Saumya from Andhra Pradesh.
9.      Ms. Tapasi Pandit from Arunachal Pradesh.
10.  Ms. Annamma Varughese from Bihar.
11.  Ms. Kailash Radhid Masih from Chandigarh.
12.  Ms. Bhanumati Kantilal Popatani from Dadra & Nagar Haveli.
13.  Ms. Maria Conceicao Satos De Costa from Daman & Diu.
14.  Ms. Praveen F. Goravanakolla from Karnataka.
15.  Ms. Sharmila. K from Kerala.
16.  Ms. Chhaya Pramod Lad from Maharashtra.
17.  Ms. Yumnam Soroja Devi from Manipur.
18.  Ms. Lallungmuani from Mizoram.
19.  Mr. Baldev Singh from Rajasthan.
20.  Ms. Beula Indrani from Tamil Nadu.
21.  Ms. Suman R. Kashyap from New Delhi.
22.  Ms. Asha Khosla from New Delhi.
23.  Ms. Kamla Sharma from New Delhi.
24.  Ms. Buluma Saikia from Guwahati.
25.  Ms. Laxmi Rongkali from Uttarakhand.
26.  Ms. Gyati Jailang from Arunachal Pradesh.
27.  Ms. Runu Bharali from Assam.
28.  Ms. Martha Dodray from Bihar.
29.  Ms. Manjulaben Keshavbhai Patel from Dadra & Nagar Haveli.
30.  Ms. Vaishali Vilas Ruikar from Maharashtra.
31.  Ms. Elistina Marbaniang from Meghalaya.
32.  Ms. Padmabati Mehar from Odisha.
33.  Ms. Supriti Kana Mandal from West Bengal.
34.  Ms. Sunita Sharma from Chandigarh.
35.  Ms. L. Chongnu Kom from Manipur.

Source:Ministry of Health and Family Welfare-India.

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