Recognize an Employee

BSA is dedicated to being A Great Place for Patients and A Great Place to Work. Please help us recognize the BSA employee that provided you exceptional service.

The DAISY Nurse is an international recognition program that honors the skillful, compassionate care nurses provide every day. The DAISY Foundation was established by the family of J. Patrick Barnes after he died from complications of an auto-immune disease. During his hospitalization, Patrick's family deeply appreciated the care and compassion shown to him and the entire family.

The nurse:

  • Is compassionate.
  • Is energetic.
  • Creates a sense of family.
  • Is kind and sincere.
  • Is trustworthy.
  • Is passionate about life.
  • Lives out the BSA Mission: To provide quality healthcare in Christian love, service, and dignity.


The Power of One Employee:

  • Consistently performs high-quality work.
  • Performs extra duties beyond those normally assigned.
  • Demonstrates a willingness to work with others and assist whenever needed or requested.
  • Always has a positive attitude.
  • Displays exceptional dependability.
  • Volunteers for and works on special projects and provides creative suggestions for working conditions.
  • Creates a positive work environment and enhances the image of the BSA Way.
  • Has a good relationship with co-workers.

Each year, BSA Health System proudly presents The PHIL Award (Pulmonary Health and Illnesses of the Lungs) to a respiratory therapist who has provided outstanding care and treatment to patients with pulmonary illnesses. The PHIL Award is the only nationally recognized hospital-based program that honors and recognizes respiratory therapists as nominated by patients, their family members and other caregivers. The award was created in 2006 by Sharman Lamka in memory of Philip C. Lamka, who passed away due to complications from an interstitial lung disease.

Who Do You Want To Recognize?

Please Provide Your Information.

In the space below, please describe a specific situation or story that demonstrates how this nurse or employee made a meaningful difference in your care, or the care of your loved one. Specifically, did this person consistently perform high quality work, do extra duties beyond normal assignments, and display a positive attitude?