The Fort Worth Business Press has announced its 2015 HealthCare Heroes winners. The winners will be honored on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth Club. For tickets and more information contact Lauren Vay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-336-8300 X100.
Ann Louden is our Legacy Award winner for her work at Texas Christian University with Frogs for the Cure.
Luke Wade, a Fort Worth area resident and contestant on ‘The Voice’ is our Volunteer of the Year winner for his work with Cook Children’s Hospital.
The Vision Award will go to JPS Health Network President and CEO Robert Earley and University of North Texas Health Science Center President Michael Williams for their work creating a new medical group to bring greater efficiency, accountability and value to health care in Tarrant County.
Here are the other honorees and their affiliated institutions:
Dr. Moody Alexander, Drs. Alexander Orthodontics Dr. Gary Alexander, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center Dr. Mary Ann Block, The Block Center Linda Caldwell, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center Sharon Canclini, Texas Christian University Jolynda Collins, The Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders Dr. Darrin D’Agostino, University of North Texas Health Science Center Dyann Daley, Cook Children’s Health Care System Dr, Davinder Dhingra, MHMR Tarrant County Robin Evans, Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth Jessica Hill, Texas Health Harris Methodist Southlake Dr. Ryan Meyer, Cook Children’s Health Care System Amy Raines-Milenkov, University of North Texas Health Science Center Paige Chappell Pritchett, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest George Robertson, E-Mist Innovations Laura Sonefeld, Cook Children’s Health Care System Amanda Truelove, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center