Nevada Primary Care Association 2021 Health Care Awards

Nevada Primary Care Association wants to honor your health center staff, board members, and community supporters for their exceptional gifts of time, effort, and dedication to the Community Health movement. The Nevada PCA Annual Award program begins with you! The award winners will be announced at this year's NVPCA Annual Health Care Conference in October. Any health center staff can nominate colleagues for the following four awards:​

 

1. Exceptional Board Leadership Award
This award is presented to an individual community health center board member who has demonstrated commitment and dedicated service to your community health center.
Eligibility:
An individual who is currently serving on a community health center board, nominated by a Nevada community health center CEO or C-Suite Staff.


2. Exceptional Administrative Leadership Award
This award is presented to an exceptional administrator or staff member who has demonstrated commitment to the community health center movement through quality leadership and supervision of staff within their health center.
Eligibility: An individual in an administrative leadership role of a Nevada community health center, can be nominated by anyone.

3. Outstanding Provider Award
This award recognizes a distinguished provider who exemplifies excellence in clinical practice and demonstrates a dedication to the health center mission and to the patients he/she serves.
Eligibility:
An individual who is a medical, dental, or behavioral health provider at a Nevada community health center. Nominees may include, but are not limited to, physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dental hygienists, registered nurses, nurse midwives, social workers, and pharmacists.

4. Unsung Hero Award
This award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated a level of excellence in his/her work which distinguishes his/her services and contributions during the past year.
Eligibility: An individual who is a staff member or volunteer at a Nevada community health center who is not typically recognized publicly for his/her contributions. Nominees may include, but are not limited to, front-line staff, outreach workers, financial assistance staff, interpreters, accounting, and human resources staff. Nominees demonstrate a commitment to the mission of the health center and a dedication to providing outstanding service to health center patients.

Nomination review rubric

Nevada Primary Care Association uses a nomination review rubric to determine the health Care awards. Nominations are given points based on these criteria:

·         Relevance of the nomination to the category
·         Number of nominations received for that individual
·         Commitment and dedication to health center and community
·         Commitment and impact on patients
·         Compelling story of why the nominee should be given the award
·         Number of years worked at the health center

Please have submissions turned in by August 2, 2021
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