Virginia Hubble, RN. - recipient of the – Lifetime Achievement Award.

Virginia Hubble takes home the Lifetime Achievement Honor

On Thursday, the March of Dimes of Oklahoma celebrated a decade of nursing excellence by recognizing many of our state’s most outstanding nurses. The 10th annual event was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nurse of the Year awards were given out to 17 deserving nurses, and we are happy to announce that four of those nurses are caregivers at INTEGRIS! (story continues below)

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Here is a list of those winners and the categories in which they won.
* Lauren Newell – Rising Star – INTEGRIS Canadian Valley Hospital
* Evelyn Radichel – Nursing Management – INTEGRIS Health Edmond
* Melissa Colbert – Critical Care – INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center
* Janae Baldwin – Women’s Health – INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center
Also at the event, our very own Virginia Hubble, a labor and delivery nurse at INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center for more than 40 years, took home the event’s highest honor – the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Virginia Hubble, RN. – winner of the – Lifetime Achievement Award and friends.