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USF Health nurse earns recognition as Culture Champion

Jeremiah Wagner, LPN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

USF Health nurse Jeremiah Wagner is most known for his clinical skills, clinical efficiency, and flexibility.  According to USF Health’s Eric Coris, MD, “Jeremiah is one of the best nurses I have ever worked with. His clinical skill set is vast. He easily transitions from primary care to orthopedics to neurology without missing a beat, and elevating those around him. He can bounce from running IVs, to wound care, to administering vaccines, to joint injections and assisting with musculoskeletal ultrasound guided procedures with excellence. He has an incredible way of putting patients and co-workers at ease; comforting, consoling. He is a pleasure, an honor and a privilege to work with.  He makes USF Health a better place to be.”

For his professionalism, Wagner received a “long-overdue” USF Health Culture Coin from USF Health chief clinical officer, Mark Moseley, MD.

“Jeremiah joined us only a few months ago and made a difference immediately.  He is efficient, sharp, accurate, proactive and fun to work with.  Other epilepsy docs want to steal him but no way I am letting him go anywhere.”  Selim Benbadis, MD, director of the USF Health-Tampa General Hospital Epilepsy Program.