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Carondelet St. Joseph’s Associate Recognized as Outstanding Critical Care Director by Donor Network of Arizona

Dec 6, 2016

J. Eddie TrislerOn Friday, November 11, 2016 the Donor Network of Arizona recognized J. Eddie Trisler, Director of Critical Care and Neurosciences at St. Joseph’s Hospital, as Outstanding Critical Care Director at the 30th Anniversary Blue and Green Gala. This event brought together more than 350 donation supporters at the Arizona Biltomore to celebrate 30 years of saving and healing lives in Arizona.

Eddie’s nomination was came from Brian Hilty, Donor Network of Arizona’s Hospital Development Coordinator. “Eddie is engaged/involved with every donor case at Carondelet St. Joseph’s and reaches out to me to see if he can help in any way,” says Hilty.  “When the ICU manager resigned, he was able to ensure the process stayed in place so donation continued to occur in the ICU while a new manager was hired”. 

Donor Network of Arizona (DNA) is the state’s federally designated, nonprofit organ procurement organization that coordinates organ, eye and tissue donation for transplantation. This organization is dedicated to working with health care and community partners to support donor families, facilitate organ, eye and tissue donation for transplant and encourage people in our community to donate life.

“Organ and tissue donation saves lives”, says Trisler. “I am proud to be a part in the large community of healthcare providers that contribute to successful donation processes. I am honored and humbled by this recognition.”

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