Methodist Mansfield Medical Center’s Vice President and CNO Nora Frasier DNP, RN, FACHE, NEA-BC was honored with the 2022 Excellence in Leadership Award from the Texas Organization for Nursing Leadership. Frasier earned the award for her significant contribution as a nurse executive who demonstrates the ability to relate and connect with nursing staff through unique and effective ways and her involvement in the community.
Additionally, the Texas Hospital Association selected Frasier as one of 23 notable women in Texas hospitals, health care and public policy. Frasier has been a registered nurse for more than 30 years and has serves as a nurse executive for more than 20 years. She joined Methodist Mansfield in January 2014 and has led the hospital through the COVID pandemic while continuing to achieve top decile patient satisfaction and re-designation of Magnet with 12 exemplary findings to name a few of the hundreds of awards the hospital has received.
“What I love about nursing is the perfect blend of caring with science and technology,” Frasier said. “As nurses we analyze what we can do to make our patients’ better. Then, we apply science and technology to make it happen. It’s wonderful to be able to make a difference in someone’s life when they’re at their most vulnerable.”
“I am extremely proud of Nora for being selected for these richly deserved leadership awards,” said Methodist Mansfield Medical Center President Juan Fresquez Jr. “She demonstrates outstanding leadership within our hospital, the community and the health care industry.”
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