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Med/surg nurse earns Bayonet Point top employee honor


Tiffany Murvin, RN

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point in Hudson, Fla., announced Tiffany Murvin, RN, medical/surgical charge/team leader of the trauma stepdown unit, has been named the February employee of the month.

Murvin has been an RMCBP employee for more than two years, beginning as a travel nurse in the surgical ICU. She is highly regarded for her skills, knowledge and compassion, according to a news release. When the trauma stepdown unit opened, Murvin was asked to work there temporarily, and with her openness to change, she immediately gained the trust and confidence of the hospital’s trauma physicians and her colleagues.

When switching from being a traveling nurse to a permanent nurse at the medical center, Murvin was heard to say, “Why go somewhere if you know you are already home?”

She has a reputation for identifying issues before they become significant situations. She addresses concerns directly and respectfully. She also demonstrates leadership, professionalism and excellent organizational skills, according to the release.

Murvin was one of the first nurses to volunteer for the hospital’s Ebola team. Feedback from her patients is always positive and she is constantly said to be an excellent, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly and compassionate RN.

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