Four ORMC nurses honored as Permian Basin Great 25 Nurses


ODESSA, Texas (Nexstar)- Four of Odessa Regional Medical Center’s nurses have been recognized by the Permian Basin Great 25 Nurses. 

The organization is a local nonprofit that was developed to recognize outstanding nurses in the Permian Basin.

“We have so very proud of all of our nurses, this year more than ever before, for their dedication and passion for their patients and their care,” said Carol Cates, Chief Nursing Officer at Odessa Regional Medical Center. “We are happy to see four of our ORMC nurses honored for their dedication and hard work.”

The ORMC nurses honored in 2021 include:

  • Sue Ellen Faulkner, RN
  • Lindsey Glasscock, RN
  • Stephanie Potter, RN
  • Michela Moore, RNC, BSN

“We wanted a program here in West Texas to recognize the great contributions nurses make in our communities,” Brandi McDonald, founder of PB Great 25, said in a news release. “Although we are not Dallas, Fort Worth, or Houston, West Texas has great healthcare services and great team members providing those services.”

Nominations for the honor were submitted online and reviewed by the Permian Basin Great 25 nurses Board of Directors and a community panel of non-clinical individuals.

Nurses were acknowledged not only their work in the profession, but also for their exceptional achievements and work within their communities.

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