A total of 35 Texas Health Resources nurses have been named to the DFW Great 100 Nurses list. Texas Health has more nurses on the list than any other health system in North Texas.

Nurses on the list are recognized for excellence in the art and science of nursing and for serving as role models, as well as for being leaders, community servants, compassionate caregivers and significant contributors to the nursing profession. The honorees were selected from hundreds of nominees for this prestigious honor.

“Texas Health nurses have shown great resilience, compassion and leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Barclay Berdan, FACHE, Texas Health’s chief executive officer. “We know that our nurses are great, and I am proud that so many of them have been recognized as DFW Great 100 Nurses.”

Texas Health nurses named to the DFW Great 100 list are:

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Allen
• Michelle Pecenka

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas
• Elizabeth Asturi
• Amy Blann
• Joseph Brookshire
• Zylo Corley
• Samantha Doup
• Coleman Hall
• Doug Johnson
• Kimberly Knight
• Kaylene Smith
• Joseph Tran

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton
• Melissa Winans

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth
• Felicita Garcia
• Cristy LePori
• Courtney Molinar
• Jamie Schweitzer
• Kellye Wheeler

Texas Health Huguley
• Maliah Kelley
• Mary Lewis

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford
• Bryan Bailey
• Clara Boyles
• Hazel Edwards
• Jennifer Meckley

Texas Health Physicians Group
• Jasmine Matawaran

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano
• Scott Flockhart
• Christine Harms
• Amynah Juma
• Stephanie Mather
• Terry Spidell

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth
• Jennifer Burrough
• Klava St. John

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth/Clearfork
• Phoebe Sumena

Texas Health Resources
• Scott Domingue
• Cheryl Mart
• Betsy Richter-Gifford

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