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January 2017 - Volume 13 - Issue 7
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Nominate Your Hero for the PBCMS 2017 Heroes in Medicine Awards

Palm Beach County Medical Society Services is seeking nominations of individuals, organizations and businesses throughout Palm Beach County that have used their skills and resources to improve the quality of health care for the people of Palm Beach County as well national and international communities. From the nominations submitted the Medical Society will select inspirational heroes in health care and honor them on Friday, April 21, 2017 at the 14th Annual Heroes in Medicine Awards luncheon at the Kravis Center’s Cohen Pavilion. Greg Quattlebaum and Jibby Ciric are serving as co-chairs of the event.

Award categories include:
Bruce Rendina Professional Heroes have demonstrated the desire and willingness to use his or her knowledge and abilities to improve the health of the local, national and/or global communities. Nominees are not proving direct patient care but may include advocates, administrators and others.
 
Community Outreach Heroes are individuals, companies, institutions, organizations or agencies that have devoted time, skills and/or other resources which have contributed to the betterment of health care.
 
Health Care Educator Heroes are physicians and/or educators who have made outstanding contributions to health care education in Palm Beach County.
 
Health Care Innovation Heroes are individuals, organizations or companies who has been primarily responsible for development and implementation of scientific advances that will save lives or substantially improve the quality of life for people.
 
Health Care Provider Heroes (Non-Physician) are individuals or groups of individuals who personify the ideals of their professions and have demonstrated activities that have gone “above and beyond”.
 
Physician Heroes (Local/National/International) are MDs or a DOs who embody the skills, compassion and dedication to the ideals and beliefs of the profession and have contributed in significant ways to the betterment of health care.
 
Health Care Prevention/Wellness Service Heroes are individuals, organizations or companies that have created and/or implemented prevention/wellness services and or programs supporting, training and/or educating people on how to improve their daily choices, prevent illnesses, access local resources and improve the overall quality of life.
 
Student Heroes are high school, college or medical students or groups of students who have made outstanding commitments to health care and as a result have made or are making a significant difference.
 
Project Access Heroes are MDs, DOs, hospitals, medical groups or facilities who donate their time and services through Project Access of PBCMS to the community and embody the skills, compassion and dedication to the ideals of the health care profession and have contributed in significant ways to the betterment of health care locally.
 
To be considered for an award, nominations must be received at the Palm Beach County Medical Society by Friday, February 10, 2017 at noon.
 

For more information or to receive a nomination form via email, call Brenna Iyampillai or Jim Sugarman at (561) 433-3940 or request one at heroes@pbcms.org via email or go to www.pbcms.org/events/heroes-in-medicine.

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