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Nominate Your Facility for an OR Excellence Award

It's time to celebrate the year's outstanding achievements in outpatient care.

Published: July 13, 2020

BEST OF THE BEST BEST OF THE BEST Winners in seven key categories will be recognized this fall in print and during Virtual OR Excellence.

Even the unprecedented challenges caused by the coronavirus haven't stopped surgical facilities from creating, innovating, collaborating and breaking boundaries to provide the best possible patient care. We're excited to train our spotlight on shining stars of the perioperative community through our 12th annual OR Excellence Awards, which recognize professionals who excel at performing safe, environmentally friendly and cost-effective surgeries that send patients home healthy and happy. You can nominate your facility in any or all of these categories:

  • Patient Safety
  • Pain Control
  • Patient Satisfaction
  • Financial Management
  • Employee Safety
  • Infection Prevention
  • Environmental Stewardship

To nominate your facility, share your stories of excellence here or send them to orxawards@outpatientsurgery.net by Monday, Aug. 3. Please provide as much detail as possible about your accomplishments. We'll honor winners during a special ceremony at this fall's Virtual OR Excellence Conference. Winners will also be featured in the September issue of Outpatient Surgery Magazine.

We can't wait to hear about the amazing things your facility has done over the last year!


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