Division of Infectious Diseases

HIV Clinic Nurse Case Manager Receives a Community Award

Precious Davis, BSN, MSN received the “Field of Medicine Award” on Saturday, August 26th from the Omaha Section of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW).  This organization recognizes individuals in the community for outstanding achievement. Each year individuals are recognized for excellence in medicine, education, leadership, community involvement, embodiment of the Mary McLeod Bethune Legacy and youth in excellence.

Precious is a Nurse Case Manager in the Nebraska Medicine HIV Clinic, and the clinic staff are very proud of her.  The award was presented at the annual Mary McLeod Bethune Award Luncheon on Saturday, August 26th . The community was invited to attend this important event.

The keynote speaker was Shawntal M. Smith Esq. Human Resources and Talent Development Leader for Omaha Home for Boys. Smith is also a social justice attorney. The theme was “Extraordinary Women: Breaking Barriers, Rising above Challenges, Transforming Lives.” The Omaha Section of the NCNW advocates for women of African descent as they support their families and communities. It fulfills its mission through research, advocacy and national and community based services and programs on health, education, and economic empowerment.

Congratulations, Precious!

 

Content courtesy of Dr. Swindells. 

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