2018 BC Health Care Awards Recipients Revealed

VANCOUVER – Recipients of the annual BC annual health awards were presented today at a gala dinner in Vancouver. Twelve gilded golden apples and six recipients of excellence were awarded.

The awards were presented through the British Columbia Health Employers Association (HEABC), and recognize the British Colombians who provide exceptional care and guidance. Prizes are awarded in 11 classes for transport improvement initiatives through innovative and collaborative approaches and for people who create a fantastic effect and inspire those around them. Sadaqah Jariyah

“BC’s medical experts – who include a staff help group – really take care to turn to first-class treatment for British Colombians,” said Michael McMillan, president and CEO of HEABC. Jariyah

New this year – Diana Ma-Jones in the Excellence in Therapy Center at the Human Center

This award is named in honor of Diana Ma-Jones, for a group or task that uses primary methods to improve care for patients, residents, or clients by focusing on the character’s desires versus the needs of a system or provider. Diana Ma-Jones, an occupational therapist at GF’s Strong Rehabilitation Center, was tragically killed, along with her husband Richard Jones, just three months after being named Provincial District Hero in 2017. We hope this department will help preserve her memory and heritage In life by locating others who strive to provide care that respects the needs, values ​​and preferences of people.

Winners of Apple Gold 2018

Hero HC District & Hero HC – District Health Services Authority

Glenn Braithway – District Superintendent, Emergency Coordinator, BCEHS

Glenn J. Braithwith is a paramedic and district supervisor in the BC Ambulance Service, recognized as providing a particularly good emergency response and his clinical management capabilities. He has won the praise of many experts for his heroic actions, and for his great commitment to patients, colleagues and the wider community.

District Hero HC & HC Hero – Island Health

Dr. Ram Herring – Lead Doctors, Use of Primary Medical Materials, Island Health

By passionately and effectively advocating for advanced services for drug and addiction sufferers, Minister Dr. Herring has encouraged his colleagues in collective painting to expand new packages and create an efficient and focused machine of dependency services.

HC Hero – Partner

Dr. David Agolnik – Emergency Physician, St. Paul’s Hospital

HC Hero – Fraser Health

Mits Miyata – Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Services in the Lower Continent

HC Hero – Facial Health

Linda Martin – Speech Pathologist, Leprosy Coordinator / Clinic Palate

HC Hero – Northern Health

Debbie Strang – Director of Health Services, Quinell

Hero HC – District Health Services Authority

Dr. Faisal Jose – Associate Professor of Radiology, Vancouver General Hospital

Diana Mea-Jones’ Excellence Award in Therapy at the Human Center

International Seating Symposium – Sunny Hill Health Center for Children, District Health Services Authority

The International Yeshiva Symposium has created a global discussion board that fosters exchanges of ideas and a network of consumers, rehabilitation therapists, physicians, designers, and location and mobility equipment manufacturers. This has led to improvements in rehabilitative equipment and technology that have advanced mobility, comfort and exceptional subsistence for people with disabilities.

Diana Mea-Jones’ Excellence Award in Therapy at the Human Center

Residential care for me: Magmorphosis – care for the elderly and palliative services, supervision

The purpose of residential care for me: Magmorphosis is to trade in the culture of residential care from an institution to a social version of care, and improve the first livelihood of residents’ existence through rapid experience and enforcement of changes focused on emotional connections, allow citizens to direct every moment, and create a sense of home.

Leading innovation

SNIFF: C. Detection of Difficile – Dog Health in Vancouver Beach

A modern and committed team of humans and an evolving staff of domestic dogs called the C. Difficile Scent Detection Program is a pioneer in cost-effective technique for improving and decorating C. Difficile tracking and improving methods of managing and preventing infections.

Innovation in the field of health in the workplace

The Healthy Workplace Initiative of the VGH Emergency Department – Coastal Health in Vancouver

The Emergency Department of Vancouver General Hospital has designed a multidisciplinary team that aims to work collectively to improve the health and protection of the central center, especially for a forward-working climate where staff report feeling more involved and able to offer a nice kind of care. That comes to emergency sufferers.

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