Dr. Denise Lucas Recipient of Jenco Award
Dr. Denise Lucas has received the Jenco Award, which recognizes visionary leaders and volunteers who by direct, person-to-person action have worked to increase the dignity and sense of worth of individuals in Appalachian Ohio through creative problem-solving.
Lucas, the chair of the Duquesne University School of Nursing's Advanced Practice Programs, has been volunteering at the Center since 2013. She provides care for underserved patients, conduct research on diabetes and high blood pressure, welcome nurse practitioner students, and assert the value of nurse practitioner care.
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