Great 100 Nurses in North Carolina Recognizes High Point Medical Center Nurse Shannon Ingram
High Point, NC — The Great 100 Nurses in North Carolina named Shannon Ingram, RN, BSN, CCRN, Unit Coordinator for Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Intermediate Intensive Care Unit (IICU) at High Point Medical Center to its annual list of 100 North Carolina nurses who demonstrate excellence in practice and commitment to their profession.
Nurses at High Point Medical Center give their all day-in and day-out, going beyond the call of duty to ensure patients receive quality care. One such individual was recently recognized by the Great 100!
“I am thrilled and humbled to be recognized along with 99 other committed nurses in North Carolina,” states Shannon Ingram. “Receiving the Great 100 award is among one of the most special moments in my career to date. The Great 100 is an award of commitment and excellence and I am proud to represent High Point Medical Center!”
The Great 100 is an organization that honors 100 of the state’s nurses annually. The organization strives to make a positive impact on the image of nursing and the nursing profession.
Shannon has excelled in critical care nursing at High Point Medical Center for the past 11 years. Her level of professionalism is exemplary, as she is an ongoing example of a nurse that brings expertise, compassion and commitment to her job each day.
”I am so proud of Shannon for achieving this great recognition,” states Kitty Stafford, Chief Nursing Officer at High Point Medical Center. “She truly is the goal standard for critical care nursing.”