All Nurses In Windsor & Essex County Honoured With The 2021 Lois Fairley Nurses Award

Tuesday May 11th, 2021

Posted at 4:27pm


John Fairley and Crystal Hepburn – President, R.N.A.O. Windsor Essex Chapter

All nurses in Windsor and Essex County have been honoured with the 14th Annual R.N.A.O. Lois Fairley Nursing Award to recognize their outstanding contribution made in caring for residents throughout the area.

The annual award recognizes a local nurse who makes a difference every day with their patients throughout our community. Traditionally, this award was chosen by R.N.A.O. Windsor Essex Chapter members and the Fairley family after reading through multiple nominations from the community.

“In 2021, our community continues to fight and respond to the pandemic; it has been reinforced over this past year, the nurse’s role as frontline as healthcare heroes. This year we gratefully announce that all nurses throughout Windsor and Essex County are the deserving recipients of the 2021 R.N.A.O. Lois Fairley Nursing Award,” said John Fairley, son of Lois Fairley.

It’s the second year that this award has honoured nurses throughout Windsor and Essex County. In May 2020, the selection committee members decided the award would be given to all nurses throughout Windsor and Essex County during the first few months of the COVID 19 pandemic.

Presently, there are two dedicated benches announced to recognize the important role of nurses in our region. One bench is located in Windsor’s Jackson Park, and the other at the new Amherstburg Health and Wellness Centre located on Richmond street near Centennial Park. A third bench will be dedicated in Leamington’s Seacliff Park.


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