Renee Dingman gets Zero Harm Hero Award

Little Falls Hospital announced that registered nurse Renee Dingman of inpatient unit is recipient of the Zero Harm Hero Award. Dingman has been with Little Falls Hospital, part of the Bassett Healthcare Network, since August 2020.

Colleagues that nominated her, describe her this way: “… Renee is a team player and always tries to seek out nurses or aides that need extra assistance. Renee provides a teach-back method to demonstrate quality education and patient safety to her colleagues. Renee is always willing to help everyone and anyone. When she has finished her own work, she will assist the next shift to dispense medications. Renee is always helping. I cannot express what an amazing nurse she is. She deserves the Zero Harm Hero Award.”

The Zero Harm Hero Award at Little Falls Hospital was created to help promote an already strong culture of quality, safety and patient satisfaction, assuring high reliability care for our patients, staff and visitors. This award recognizes any Little Falls Hospital employee who demonstrates a commitment to this work.

Photo: Dingman