Posts Tagged ‘Employee of the Year Luncheon’

New date set for Foundation’s Employee of the Year Luncheon

The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation has set Sept. 16 as the rescheduled date for its 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon at Hurst Conference Center. The luncheon honoring North Texas hospital employees, originally set for April 23, had been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Attendees who already purchased tables and tickets will […]

Foundation’s Employee of the Year Luncheon postponed

Due to the growing concerns in the community related to the potential Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the DFW Hospital Council Foundation has decided to postpone its 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon originally scheduled for Thursday, April 23. The luncheon will now take place in September at the same location at Hurst Conference Center. Keynote […]

Throwback Thursday – First Employee of the Year Luncheon in 1997

In celebration of #ThrowbackThursday, the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation is traveling back to 1997 when we hosted our very first Employee of the Year Luncheon at the Wyndham Anatole Hotel in Dallas. That afternoon, Beck Weathers served as the keynote speaker, providing a moving presentation on his survival of a fatal 1996 Mt. Everest […]

Honoring North Texas hospital employees – Sponsorships available to April 23 Luncheon!

The DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon is rapidly approaching on April 23 at the Hurst Conference Center. The event is expected to sellout with 800-plus attendees honoring 140 employees from over 50 North Texas hospitals. Be a part of this unique opportunity to honor dedicated hospital employees who make […]

DFWHC’s Winter Interlocutor is now available

The winter edition of the DFW Hospital Council’s Interlocutor magazine is now available. Click the graphic or link below to read about our DFWHC Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon on April 23 at the Hurst Conference Center. A celebration of great North Texas hospital employees, the event will be highlighted by an […]

Nominations are now open for Employee of the Year Luncheon

Nominations are now open for the DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon on Thursday, April 23 at the Hurst Conference Center. This year’s event is themed “2020 Vision: A World of Opportunities,” with the energetic Christine Cashen to serve as keynote speaker. This luncheon serves as a salute to the […]

Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon set for April 23

Save the date! The DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon is set for Thursday, April 23 at the Hurst Conference Center. This year’s event is themed “2020 Vision: A World of Opportunities,” with the energetic Christine Cashen to serve as keynote speaker. Cashen is the author of the bestselling books […]

Save the date – Foundation’s Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon set for April 23

Save the date! The DFW Hospital Council Foundation’s 24th Annual Employee of the Year Luncheon is set for Thursday, April 23 at the Hurst Conference Center. Materials are still being developed with the official promotion set to begin in January. “We are working with the event committee as we speak to decide on the speaker […]

Recognition creates resilience and health

Blog by Kristin Tesmer, President, DFW Hospital Council Foundation We have quite a bit of work underway locally through educational events and collaboration to address clinician burnout. Our goal is to create work environments that promote resilience and health within our valuable employees. We recently conducted a survey to obtain data on this subject. Three […]

DFWHC’s Spring Interlocutor is now available

The spring edition of the DFW Hospital Council’s Interlocutor is now available. Click the link or graphic below to read about the upcoming 12th Annual Patient Safety Summit, the recipients from the April 25 Employee of the Year Luncheon, legal aspects of “Patient Transportation” and details of frustrating efforts towards e-cigarette legislation. Hard copies will […]