The BC Quality Awards celebrate extraordinary work in our health system. Award categories represent the four areas of care, an outstanding leader, and an Everyday Champion.
Launched in 2009, the awards program recognizes individuals, health care teams and facilities that have implemented measures, or engaged in initiatives, to improve the quality of care in BC. The awards also serve to raise the overall profile of efforts to improve quality throughout the province.
Winners are awarded a $2,500 sponsorship to help support or disseminate learning from their projects, and will be presented plaques in a ceremony at Health Talks on February 18, 2015. Each winner will also receive complimentary registration for the Quality Forum, and winners of the four initiative-based awards will deliver presentations at the event.
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|Everyday Champion||Marla Bjorgan
Public Health Nurse
Salmon Arm Health Centre
|Leadership in Quality||Guy Fradet
Medical Director & Cardiac Surgeon, Cardiac Services
Kelowna General Hospital
|Staying Healthy||Mobile Latent Tuberculosis Infection Testing for Aboriginal Communities
Tuberculosis Services for Aboriginal Communities
BC Centre for Disease Control and First Nations Health Authority
|Living with Illness||To Bleed or Not to Bleed
Adult Hemophilia Program of BC and the Yukon
Providence Health Care
|Coping with End of Life||The Daisy Project: Quality End-of-Life Care in a Residential Setting
Kiwanis Care Centre
|Getting Better||The BC Provincial Renal Agency’s Glomerulonephritis Formulary
BC Provincial Renal Agency
|Everyday Champion||Michelle Dungo-Sales
Respiratory Therapist, Core Wards & Bronchoscopy
St. Paul’s and Mount Saint Joseph Hospitals
|Leadership in Quality||Erin McGarvey
Leader, Lean Promotion Office
|Staying Healthy||Stories of Integrated Perinatal Services in Two Northern Communities
|Living with Illness||The HealthConnection Clinic: Providing Primary Care for Vulnerable Members of Society
Vancouver Coastal Health
|Coping with End of Life||End-of-Life Care Services in Fraser Lake
|Getting Better||BC’s Take Home Naloxone Program
BC Centre for Disease Control