John Samosky, second from left, a registered nurse on third floor in Smithfield, was recently recognized as a Johnston Health Ambassador. With him from right are Chief Executive Chuck Elliott, third floor manager Brandi Law, administrative director Donna Hinnant and Samosky’s wife, Darra.
John Samosky, second from left, a registered nurse on third floor in Smithfield, was recently recognized as a Johnston Health Ambassador. With him from right are Chief Executive Chuck Elliott, third floor manager Brandi Law, administrative director Donna Hinnant and Samosky’s wife, Darra. JOHNSTON HEALTH
John Samosky, second from left, a registered nurse on third floor in Smithfield, was recently recognized as a Johnston Health Ambassador. With him from right are Chief Executive Chuck Elliott, third floor manager Brandi Law, administrative director Donna Hinnant and Samosky’s wife, Darra. JOHNSTON HEALTH

Johnston Health nurse recognized for good deeds

January 03, 2017 08:29 AM

UPDATED January 03, 2017 02:47 PM

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