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Gulfshore Business Healthcare Heroes Awards

The Gulfshore Business Healthcare Heroes Awards are regional awards that identify outstanding leaders in the healthcare industry in Southwest Florida who are the epitome of a “hero.” Whether they are companies, doctors, nurses, specialists or managers they embody the word “hero” and prove their excellence in helping others.


Categories for Nomination:

  • Physician
  • Nurse
  • Innovation (Individual)
  • Volunteer
  • Health Care Staff
  • Health Care Prevention
  • First Responder
  • Innovation (Organization)
  • Mental Health Care Provider
  • Urgent Care Operator
  • Skilled and Assisted Living Facility

Nomination deadline: November 19th

Winners will be recognized in the April 2022 issue of Gulfshore Business

 


 

Criteria

  • The individual or company is in the healthcare industry in one of the categories listed above.
  • Health Care Heroes Award recipients must be individuals or organizations operating or based in Southwest Florida (Collier, Lee and Charlotte Counties)
  • We will normally not honor more than one recipient per company in different categories.
  • Winners are chosen through an independent judging process and not by quantity of nomination.

 

Category Definition:

Physician – Recognizes a physician who has positively impacted his/her organization and/or patients.

Nurse – Recognizes a nurse who has positively impacted his/her organization and/or patients.

Innovation (Individual Award) – Recognizes an individual who has made a positive advancement in medical care or medical science.

Innovation (Organization Award) – Recognizes an organization that has made a positive advancement in medical care or medical science.

Volunteer – Recognizes a non-paid volunteer in the healthcare industry.

Health Care Staff – Recognizes a healthcare staff (including C-Suite and non C-Suite personnel, but not doctors or nurses) who have positively impacted their organizations and/or patients.

Healthcare Prevention – Recognizes the efforts of an individual, staff or organization to advance preventative patient care.

Mental Health Care Provider of the Year – Recognizes a mental healthcare provider who has positively impacted his/her organization and/or patients.

Urgent Care Operator of the Year – Recognizes an urgent care operator who has positively impacted his/her organization and/or patients.

Skilled and Assisted Living Facility of the Year- Recognizes the top skilled nursing and assisted living facility in Southwest Florida.

First Responder- Recognizes a first responder.

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