Health Care Recognition
The goal of any hospital, medical practice, or health care organization is to deliver quality, cost-effective health care. To honor those individuals and organizations that excel in the health care industry is to encourage high standards and exceptional service. When others feel that their work is appreciated they are more attentive, diligent, and willing to go the extra mile.
Various health care awards include:
- Length of service awards
- Exceptional service awards
- Volunteer appreciation awards
- Employee/administrator/volunteer of the month awards
- Retirement awards
Ideal products for health care recognition include:
- Emblematic Jewelry
Board of Directors Recognition
Board members are vital to any non-profit organization and are charged with a number of responsibilities, including establishing mission statements, setting guidelines for policies and procedures, and acquiring sufficient resources to ensure organization operations. These individuals should always be celebrated for their contributions especially at the end of their term.
Because many board members have already achieved high levels of competency and won many awards, associations must present them with something truly unique. For the “person who has everything,” handwritten, personalized scrolls are an elegant and original way to say “thank you”, their accomplishment are stated and presented in a beautiful medium.
Additional health care recognition needs might include:
- Recognition for presidency
- Recognition for committee or board chairmanship
- Recognition of new facilities
Donor recognition can increase your fundraising goals in three ways:
- Donor recognition expresses appreciation, which often inspires future giving from that donor.
- Donor recognition publicizes a person’s generosity and encourages others to behave similarly.
- Donor recognition products and programs advertise your organization and its mission.
One common approach to donor recognition is to set aside a wall, floor, or other surface upon which donors’ names might be inscribed. Such a monument inspires others to exhibit generosity. In addition to this, donors’ should also be recognized with individual, personalized products that they might display in their home or office. This product will afford a donor a means of appealing to their peers for donations.
Some of our clients include New York University Medical Center, Weill Cornell Medical Center, HIP, Methodist Hospital, New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York Downtown Medical Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Bronx Lebanon Medical Center, Montifiore Medical Center, American Cancer Society, Radiological Society of North America, New York Eye and Ear Hospital, Beth Israel Medical Center, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, March of Dimes Foundation, and National Foundation for Cancer Research.