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Health Matters: Arkansas Children's Hospital Nurses Honored

Two Little Rock nurses are receiving national recognition because of their simple dedication.
LITTLE ROCK, AR - With only a few moments to spare for an interview, we talked to Belva Dyer,

"I love the patients and families," said Dyer.

and Linda Easter.

"I'm a neurology special nurse," said Easter.

The two nurses keep busy at Arkansas Children's Hospital.

Saving lives is a 24-hour kind of job.

"I call the social bond the children and families together."

It's that passion that earned both women the 2014 Hero Nurse Service Award.

They're two of ten in the entire country to receive the award from a medical manufacturing company.

"It was wonderful, overwhelming, just such a joy my heart is just elated over all the national attention."

To be nominated, nurses made lasting impressions on their peers, patients, profession and communities.

"That is quite an honor to me."

The top 10 heroes received the most web votes, and now some well deserved recognition.

The ladies will receive their Hero Nurse Service Award plaques soon.

Congratulations to Belva Dyer and Linda Easter!
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