Mona Vale also hosted a special lunch and awards ceremony to mark International Nurses Day.
Acting Director of Nursing Sophie Lange said the awards honoured an outstanding commitment to patient care within our services.
"They give us a chance to thank our nurses for their compassion, professionalism and dedication," she said.
"Leanne Jarrett, from the Beachside Rehabilitation Unit, was named RN of the year for her excellent clinical, assessment and team leading skills.
"TRN Beaudette Juan, also from the BRU, was recognised for her kind and caring approach and for always being a great team player.
"The Assessment and Rehabilitation Unit award went to senior RN Michelle Haines for her exceptional care. Michelle embodies our CORE values and is always willing to support other staff."
Karen Birrell was recognised for supporting the Urgent Care Centre and for mentoring new and junior staff.
At Ryde Hospital, Graythwaite Rehab Unit’s Ranjani Rao claimed the title of the District’s Clinical Nurse Educator of the Year.
She was nominated for a number of reasons, including her warm and welcoming attitude to new learners and visitors to the department.