Posts Tagged ‘united way’

Video promoting “Better Skills Better Jobs” posted online

A video promoting the Better Skills Better Jobs project, a grant-funded program to provide patient care technician mentoring, support and opportunities for advancement, was posted online this week. The video was produced by the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, who visited the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation offices in August to film interviews with Sally […]

Agenda released for Nov. 6 IQSC Data Summit

The official agenda has been released to the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation Information and Quality Services Center’s (IQSC) Second Annual Data Summit on November 6 at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas. This year’s event is themed “Analytics to Action!,” with 11 speakers, six sessions and more than 15 hospital abstracts detailing […]

Local panelists discuss Better Skills Better Jobs Grant

The DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation and the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas hosted area hospital employers and a panel of experts to discuss the Better Skills Better Jobs Grant yesterday at the Catholic Charities of Dallas. Panelists included Trish Jackson of UT Southwestern University Hospitals, Kay Kirby of Methodist Health System and Gerard Camacho […]

Foundation provides training detail on recent TWC Grant

Presenting information on the Texas Workforce Commission Skills Development Fund, DFW Hospital Council Foundation President Kristin Jenkins and Foundation Workforce Director Sally Williams discussed training details with an audience of 20 representatives on December 7 at the United Way offices in Dallas. The forum was held in coordination with grant partners Medical City Healthcare and […]

United Way and Texas Health Institute speaks to Foundation’s collaborative

Highlighting the March 8 monthly meeting of the DFW Hospital Council (DFWHC) Foundation’s Community Health Collaborative, Jessica Galleshaw of United Way Dallas, Tyler Emler and Pat Cheong of United Way Tarrant County and Camille Miller of the Texas Health Institute provided presentations detailing the efforts of their organizations. The United Way of Dallas and Tarrant […]