Nurses are the Greatest... 

WHERE THEY CAN MAKE THE GREATEST DIFFERENCE. 

Nurses provide care that saves lives, restores health, and prevents illness, all while offering comfort and instilling confidence during some of our most challenging moments. For this, nurses have earned the highest recognition – our personal thanks. 

You can say thank you in a special way by providing financial support to a nurse or group of nurses at Allegheny Health Network. Your gift, of any level will provide much needed funds toward a variety of professional needs, including continuing education, specialty certification, and advanced training.

 

Honor a nurse today through the AHN Nurses are the Greatest program. 

Each honoree will be recognized on your behalf by AHN Chief Nurse Executive, Claire Zangerle and will join a prestigious group of recognized honorees.    

If you would like this form to pre-populate with your contact information, please log in here. For any changes to your account, please click here.  If you don't yet have an account, you can register here.

 

 
 
 
 
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Allegheny Health Network Nurses Tell Us What Inspired Them to Become a Nurse...

"My first degree is in Exercise Physiology; I was taking care of cardiac rehab patients & saw the great work nurses were doing & said, 'That is what I want to do!' Plus, my aunt was highly influential on my decision, as a nurse herself." - Claire M. Zangerle, MSN, MBA, RN, Chief Nurse Executive

"When I was a teenager, my sister was killed in a horrible car crash. It was at a time when organ donation was new & it all seemed so overwhelming to my very broken family. The compassion of nurses who cared for her & provided support to my family inspired me to become a nurse. They made all the difference in the world to us. They listened, they let us cry, they let us just be together by her side, as a family. I will never forget them." - Joy M. Peters, DNP, RN, MSN, MBA, NEA-BC

"My aspiration to become a nurse was driven by the need for knowledge & skills that I required in order  to care for my daughter that was born with a Spina-Bifida. I wanted to provide her with the best medical care that a mother could give." - Billie Adams RN, NSN, CNOR, CSSM 

"I was inspired to become a nurse after my first memorable experience as a patient at the age of 5 in an emergency department. The nurse assisted the physician while holding my hand & wiping my tears. Her compassion made me feel safe. I was drawn to all of the activity that was happening in the ED & the care that nurses were providing." - Amber Egyud, DNP, RN

"I have always been a caring person & wanted to be able to contribute something to society. Coming from a family that provided public service (my father was a firefighter & my aunt was a nurse), I felt an innate desire to be a nurse. They were very passionate about their jobs & I felt I too wanted to make a difference in other people’s lives." - Patricia Reiser RN, OCN

"I became a nurse because for me, it was a calling. This is not just a job, I feel called to serve. Knowing the care I give & the knowledge that I have, can make a positive difference in someone else’s life is satisfying for me in a way that feeds my soul." - Jan Tssario, MSN, RN

 

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