Posts Tagged ‘DFWHC Foundation’

Nominations to virtual Employee of the Year Luncheon due Aug. 7

This year’s Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon has gone virtual, with a dramatic presentation to be released September 21. Nominations will remain open until Friday, August 7. The DFWHC Foundation also added the new category “COVID-19 Heroes.” This specific category will honor all nominees online and will remain open to submissions through January 31, […]

The virtual Patient Safety Summit begins Sept. 10!

Through rain, sleet or COVID-19, the 13th Annual Patient Safety Summit is set to begin on September 10! Previously scheduled for August 12, the event will now take place virtually over four two-hour sessions via webinar on September 10, 17, 24 and October 1. The summit’s agenda was announced last week, to include Keynote Speaker […]

Foundation participates in Annual JPS Research Symposium

Despite the COVID-19 interruption, JPS Health System was able to host its Annual Research Symposium virtually on June 5. Organized by JPS’s Academic Affairs & Research Committee, the Symposium was a continuation of an exciting opportunity for educational poster presentations and networking. “The planning committee worked tirelessly to make this year’s event a seamless virtual […]

Virtual recognition planned in place of September Employee of the Year Luncheon

As the North Texas healthcare community continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation, the DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s (DFWHC) Employee of the Year Luncheon scheduled for September 16 will be cancelled. In place of the Luncheon, nominees and winners will be celebrated during a virtual presentation to be released September 21. Nominations will remain open until […]

Foundation announces agenda to virtual Patient Safety Summit

Have no fear, the 13th Annual Patient Safety Summit is here! Previously scheduled for August 12, the event will now take place virtually over four two-hour sessions via webinar on September 10, 17, 24 and October 1. The summit’s agenda was announced this week, to include Keynote Speaker Meagan Johnson, the hilarious and motivational generational […]

Statement on COVID-19 from Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council President/CEO Stephen Love

“We want the people of North Texas to please not panic regarding the COVID-19 virus. The virus has created increased hospitalizations over the past two weeks, but we have capacity in North Texas in our hospitals. The 19-county area (to include Dallas, Tarrant, Denton and Collin counties) covered by ‘Trauma Service E’ has a little […]

Foundation announces cancellation of in-person Employee of the Year Luncheon

It is with great regret the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation announced today the cancellation of the in-person segment of the 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon scheduled for September 16 at the Hurst Conference Center. While the Luncheon has been cancelled, virtual recognition of hospital employees and award recipients will still take place, […]

TSRHC junior volunteer is thankful for her recent experiences

Shivi Sharma, the daughter of Dr. Sushma Sharma, the DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s director of population health research, posted this blog on her recent experiences serving as a junior volunteer at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas. I was a Junior Volunteer for the Bernice and Bruderson Meyers Program at Texas Scottish Rite […]

The annual Patient Safety Summit has gone virtual!

Have no fear, the 13th Annual Patient Safety Summit is here! Previously scheduled for August 12, the event will now take place virtually over four two-hour sessions via webinar on September 10, 17, 24 and October 1. This year’s keynote speaker is Meagan Johnson, the hilarious and motivational generational expert. Topics will include the Steady […]

Virtual NAMI Walk 2020 raises mental health awareness in North Texas

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) North Texas hosted its annual walk on Saturday, May 30 to bring North Texans together for raising awareness and addressing mental health disparities in the community. Themed “A National Day of Hope,” the NAMI walk was one of the largest community movements in North Texas which brings residents […]