Franciscan Health Physician, Daniel Gay, DO, Honored With Healing Hands Award In Mooresville
MOORESVILLE, Indiana – Daniel Gay, DO, hospitalist with the Franciscan Physician Network IMPACT Center at Mooresville, recently was honored with the first quarter 2018 Healing Hands Award.
Dr. Gay accepted the Healing Hands Award at a ceremony at the Center for Hip & Knee Surgery in Mooresville. The award recognizes physicians for excellence in clinical skills, patient relations, research, stewardship and reflection of the hospital's ministry values and mission.
Several staff member and patients nominated Dr. Gay for the award and here's what they had to say:
- "Dr. Gay is the epitome of a patient advocate. He displays the Franciscan mission and values with every, single patient. When he is the attending physician, you know that the patient is in the best hands possible…"
- "He sits and listens to the patients' concerns and explains everything in a way they can understand, even with pictures…"
- "Dr. Gay is the best diagnostician I have ever worked with. He is thorough and explains what he is doing and what he has found to the patient and their families…"
- "My husband went through a seven-hour colon surgery and became septic. Dr. Gay showed much care, concern and skill in helping my husband return to better health…"
Dr. Gay is board-certified in internal medicine. He earned his medical degree at the University of Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kansas City, Missouri, and completed his internship and residency at St. John's Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis.
Photo information: Dr. Gay is presented the award by Dr. Christopher Doehring (left), vice president of medical affairs, and Dr. David Mandelbaum, director of medical staff engagement.
By Joe Stuteville
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