Nurse receives The DAISY Award at Adventist Health Ukiah Valley for showing compassion to both patients and fellow nurses Ann Marie Hubley, RN

Adventist Health Ukiah Valley (AHUV) inpatient nurse Ann Marie Hubley, RN received The DAISY Award for going above and beyond — not just for her patients, but also for her fellow nurses.

One nomination read, “She never stops. She is always willing to help anyone (no job is too big or too small for her). She could have patients of her own (and be charge nurse) and still go out of her way to make sure everyone is taken care of.”

Another nominator shared a similar sentiment, “She is the MOST compassionate nurse. Her dedication to not only patients but the staff is unmatched. NO ONE deserves this more than her.”

Aside from supporting the needs of patients, Ann Marie also has a reputation for always being there for her team and serves as an inspiration for others, especially new nurses. A colleague shares how Ann Marie’s leadership shapes newer nurses: “There are so many times Ann Marie has helped me personally with my own nursing journey. She has made me the nurse I am today. She has held me while I cried after my first rapid response. She is the nurse I want to be.”

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