At UW Health, our approach to nursing involves establishing relationships with patients through compassionate, empathetic care. Healing occurs by meeting patients' needs - including consideration for their mind, body and spirit. The science of nursing is replete with discovery through scientific research, deploying evidence-based practices and application of theoretical frameworks to practice. The intersection of these qualities is critical to providing Remarkable Healthcare for all patients and families.

 

 
UW Health Transitional Nurse Care Manager Peggy Troller  

Grateful Patients and Families

 

Patients and family members often say how thankful they are for the care they received at UW Health. Some agreed to read their letters of gratitude on camera. What they didn't know was that a surprise was just around the corner.

 

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UW Health nurses react to the news  

The Singing Nurse 

 

Nurse Bridget Ravis not only provides excellent care to patients on the Hematology, Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at University Hospital, she also delivers something extra special, as told by the Wisconsin State Journal's feature, "Know Your Madisonian." 

 

Photo credit: Amber Arnold, State Journal

UW Health Transitional Nurse Care Manager Peggy Troller  

Celebrating Two of Our 'Top Nurses'

 

UW Health and UnityPoint Health - Meriter are pleased to announce that two of our nurses are featured in Madison Magazine's Top Nurses issue for 2018. Read more

Magnet celebration 

We are Magnet, Again

 

UW Health was once again re-designated as a Magnet® organization. View the actual announcement and 'Thank You' from UW Health leaders to all nurses, staff and faculty who made it happen, and hear from a few RNs about why being Magnet is REMARKABLE for everyone - patients, families, nurses, staff and faculty.

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