Community Health Leadership Award

Hospitals, health systems and public hospital districts are increasingly called upon to address the health needs of their entire community.

The Community Health Leadership Award is given at WSHA’s Annual Meeting to a health care organization that is serving its community’s broader health needs in innovative and lasting ways.

This award is given by the Hospital Governing Boards Committee. The committee is made up primarily of selected connective tissue between their hospitals and their communities.

All qualifying nominees will have their projects featured as part of the Annual Meeting, on WSHA’s website and in WSHA’s Weekly Report, which is sent to nearly 4,000 subscribers.

Background Information About the Award

Community Health Leadership Award logo 2019All qualifying nominees will have their projects featured as part of the Annual Meeting, on WSHA’s website and in WSHA’s Weekly Report, which is sent to nearly 4,000 subscribers.

In addition, winning organizations will:

  • Be highlighted in a formal award ceremony at WSHA’s Annual Meeting
  • Be announced to the Washington state media via a press release from WSHA
  • Receive an award graphic that can be used in publications and websites

Process for Consideration: Nominations are welcome from employees, executives, board members, patients or other community leaders, but only programs approved by the hospital or system CEOs will be considered. Projects should have started in the last three years and have made some quantifiable progress. Only WSHA members are eligible. Only one program per hospital please.

Depending on the number of nominees, the Committee reserves the right to award more than one organization or develop award categories to better highlight the diversity of successful projects.

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