Cameos of Caring Honors Nancy Tallyn

Cameos of Caring Honors Nancy Tallyn

The 2014 Cameos of Caring have been announced! Kettering’s honoree is Nancy Tallyn.

Nancy is a staff nurse in the Delivery Room. According to her nomination, she is compassionate and caring with her patients, families, and peers. Nancy leads Kettering’s bereavement program. She worked to get handouts up-to-date and with the help of the Kettering Medical Center Foundation and Drs. Todd and Annette (Bombrys) Boyd designed and developed the Garden of Hope. Families who have experienced a miscarriage or stillbirth now have a place where they can remember their child.





The Kettering nominees listed in alphabetical order are:

  • Patricia Baker
  • Laura Barker
  • Laura Carroll
  • Constance Vann
  • Deb Cope
  • Allison Denlinger
  • Jessica Denlinger
  • Rosemary Durning
  • Cheryl Froning
  • Charla Gustin
  • Katie Hilinski
  • Tammy Hoke
  • Vickie Hunter
  • Deanna Ivey
  • Becky Meyers
  • Nikole Miller
  • Kaileigh Norris
  • Donald Ross
  • John Shimer
  • Joan Smith
  • Cynthia Stewart
  • Nancy Tallyn
  • Jennifer Teasdale
  • Tiffany Thompson
  • Angela Todd
  • Melissa Vietor

Nominees for the Cameos award are chosen because they show continued excellence in a number of key criteria:

  • They give direct patient care.
  • They demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the art and science of nursing, with a strong desire to use this knowledge to improve the delivery of patient care.
  • They demonstrate a commitment to consistent, clinical decision-making, and excellence in nursing care.
  • They serve as effective advocates for patients and families.
  • They are recognized as role models for the profession of nursing because they encourage and motivate others by their example.

Read about the other Kettering Health Network nominees.

May 30, 2014