Oregon Nurse Kathy Grellman Honored as National Nurse of the Year by Kelly Healthcare Resources


TROY, Mich. -- Kelly Healthcare Resourcees, a business unit

of global staffing provider Kelly Services, announces that Kathy

Grellman of Hillsboro, Ore., will be honored as its Nurse of the Year

during National Nurses Week, May 6-12, 2004.

Grellmen has been employed through Kelly Healthcare Resources for two years

and was selected from more than 3,000 Kelly nurses as this year's national

winner. She currently works as an occupational health nurse on assignment

at a large, high-tech manufacturing firm in the Portland area.

"Kathy Grellman is an outstanding healthcare professional and always goes

above and beyond what is expected of her," said Carla Perrotta, vice

president and general manager, Kelly Healthcare Resources. "She is a model

employee in the field of nursing and consistently displays a high level of

professionalism, a strong work ethic and extraordinary dedication."

The National Nurse of the Year award was developed to recognize Kelly

nurses for their outstanding work in the healthcare industry. The award,

which will be presented to Grellman in conjunction with National Nurses

Week in May, is based on performance feedback from customers of Kelly

Healthcare Resources.

Kelly Healthcare Resources services all levels of healthcare specialists

and professionals in the following disciplines: medical laboratory,

pharmacy and pharmacology, RN and LVN, medical assistants, MRI/CT and X-ray

technicians, healthcare billing/coding, utilization, case management,

occupational health and physical therapy. Kelly Healthcare Resources

staffing solutions are designed to meet the varied needs of its clients,

offering short-term assignments and full-time placement.

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