- Diane White, RN, a nurse in the Rockford, Illinois, office has been named our 2017 National Caregiver of the Year.
- White has been a registered nurse for 42 years, and for the past five years has cared for Peyton, a vision-impaired six-year-old.
- From bathing and feeding to helping with daily exercises, White not only supports her patient, but her family as well.
Diane White, RN, is Maxim's 2017 National Caregiver of the Year.
As a night shift nurse out of Rockford, Illinois, she has spent more than five years providing quality, personalized care to a vision-impaired little girl named Peyton.
Diane's dedication to Peyton and her family is impressive, including an hour-long drive to their home, even during inclement weather conditions. She often picks up an extra shift to accommodate the family’s schedule.
“Diane is one of the most reliable caregivers on our team,” said Nicole Johnson, field support manager at our Rockford office. “Her patient’s face lights up every time she hears her come into a room. Diane truly represents Maxim’s values of caring, serving and enriching lives, and we are proud to recognize her for her commitment to quality care.”
Congratulations, Diane! Thank you for all that you do.
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