UMMC nurses, orthopaedic surgery resident reap honorsPublished on Monday, May 23, 2022Hall of Fame, All Star Awards celebrate exceptional UMMC nursesEleven of the Medical Center’s stellar nurses have been recognized with 2022 Nursing Awards sponsored by the Office of Nursing Quality, Development and Professional Practice.Recipients of the Hall of Fame Award include:Chris Collado, nurse practitioner and clinical and administrative services director, Children‘s of MississippiDiane Dowell, Labor and DeliveryElaine Hobson, 3 Children’s2022 Nursing Hall of Fame winners, from left, are Labor and Delivery registered nurse Diane Dowell, Children's of Mississippi clinical and administrative services director Dr. Chris Collado and 3 Children's registered nurse Elaine Hobson.Recipients of the All-Star Award include:Amanda Brown, family nurse practitioner, Department of DermatologyAnna McGrew, liver transplant coordinator, University TransplantCathy Hudgins, nurse manager, Clinical Research and Trials UnitJamie Smith, Children’s of Mississippi float poolJennifer Rouse, transplant coordinator, Bone Marrow TransplantLauren Gordon, Pediatric Intensive Care UnitSarah Anne Milnor, Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care UnitTracy Harbour, supervisor, inpatient Surgical CenterAll told, 30 nurses were nominated for the honors. They “represent areas from all across the organization, a testament to the enormous role nurses play in the care provided to our patients, community and beyond,” Ellen Hansen, chief nursing and clinical services officer for Children’s of Mississippi, said during a recent awards ceremony. 2022 Nursing All-Star winners, from left, are Clinical Research and Trials Unit nurse manager Cathy Hudgins, Bone Marrow Transplant transplant coordinator Jennifer Rouse, Inpatient Surgical Center supervisor Tracy Harbour, University Transplant liver transplant coordinator Anna McGraw, Children's of Mississippi float pool registered nurse Jamie Smith, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit registered nurse Lauren Gordon, Department of Dermatology nurse practitioner Amanda Brown and Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit registered nurse Sarah Anne Milnor. Orthopaedic surgery resident garners national kudosGreeneDr. Steven Greene, a University of Mississippi Medical Center orthopaedic surgery resident, was selected as one of four orthopaedic surgeons from across the country to take part in the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery’s (ABOS) Resident Advisory Panel. Greene will serve two years and is part of the second cohort selected. The ABOS Resident Advisory Panel assists the ABOS by providing information which will be used to support orthopaedic residents across the country. Panel members work with the ABOS Graduate Medical Education (GME) Committee and the ABOS Communications Task Force.The goal is for the Advisory Panel to identify and work on a project each year that will benefit orthopaedic residents across the country.The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery was founded in 1934 as a private, voluntary, nonprofit, independent organization to serve the best interests of the public and the medical profession by establishing standards for the education of orthopaedic surgeons.