Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital Bee Award Presented to Bill Feyers, CT Technologist
February 6, 2020
Bill Feyers, CT technologist lead in the medical imaging department at Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital, was selected as the Bee Award winner by Kim Septrion, RN who was named as the DAISY Award winner. The DAISY Award celebrates and honors extraordinary nurses. Each DAISY recipient gets to select someone who helps the nurse in caring for the patient. Septrion selected Feyers.
“I’ve been in a patient care role for 30 years and know what I expect in terms of how patients are treated,” said Septrion. “Bill is respectful and has our patients’ wellbeing at heart and does what is best for them. Many patients recognize Bill and look for his smiles and greetings. I appreciate Bill and everything he does.”
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