On November 1, Margaret “Lou” Guill, MD, section chief, Allergy and Pediatric Pulmonology at Children’s Hospital of Dartmouth (CHaD), received the Robert B. Kerr award from Breathe New Hampshire, a non-profit advocacy organization focusing on issues surrounding lung health. According to Breath New Hampshire, “The Robert B. Kerr award is given to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to furthering lung heath.” Recipients are nominated by colleagues and chosen by an award selection committee.
Lynn M. Feenan MSN, RN, AE-C, pediatric pulmonary clinical nurse specialist at CHaD nominated Guill for the award. “Lou epitomizes the definition of the Robert B. Kerr award. She is always there for patients, their families and her team members. She does whatever it takes and leads by example. She is a great teacher, mentor and clinician,” Feenan says.
"It is a great honor to be recognized at the state level for doing what I do every day to care for children with respiratory illnesses with a focus on prevention of complications and maintenance of health,” says Guill.