These nominations represent excellence in increasing primary care access and reducing health disparities and underscore significant accomplishment attained by individuals, health centers and partners dedicated to improving people’s lives. Below is a description of each award, followed by a link to the nomination forms. DEADLINE: Friday, June 2, 2017
Lois Potter Hill Community Health Partnership Award (April 29, 1929-April 25, 1987)This award recognizes private individuals, civic or religious groups who have advanced health services to the underserved by financial, material or voluntary services to a community or migrant health organization and created public awareness and support for private participation in community health care.
Wendell N. Rollason Leadership Award (August 21, 1916-January 18, 1997)This award recognizes a health center leader, board member or employee who has demonstrated outstanding leadership in bringing about significant improvements or innovations that have resulted in better services, new programs or practices, additional resources or greater understanding of federally qualified health centers and their patients.
Jessie Trice Outstanding Clinician Award (December 26, 1929-October 8, 1999)This award recognizes an FQHC clinician for their outstanding commitment in providing services for the underserved; their dedication to continuous quality improvement, evidence based medicine and healthcare innovation; their willingness to “go the extra mile” for their patients and to work collaboratively with peers to ensure the best possible outcomes for all their patients.