AHA HAVE Awards honor our volunteers

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For 34 years, the Hospital Awards for Volunteer Excellence (HAVE) have honored exceptional volunteer efforts that provide distinguished service to hospitals, patients and communities. Earlier today we announced our 2017 award recipients, who will be recognized May 8 at the AHA Annual Membership Meeting in... read more

Topics: Quality and Patient Safety, Community Health
Tags: Community Connections, members

Game app eases young patients' fears

AHA News

The hospital can be a scary place for anyone – especially children. Big machines, doctors in masks, and new places can seem like monsters to kids. 

So St. Joseph's Children's Hospital in Tampa has turned to technology to ease its young patients' fears. The hospital has released “UnMonsters,” a free game... read more

Topic: Quality and Patient Safety
Tags: child health, Community Connections, patient and family engagement

Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific eases patients' pain with art from the heart

AHA News

You find a mix of current and former patients in the art studio at the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific in Honolulu – a program that for more than two decades has eased patients’ pain through art.

“A lot of them have never painted before,” says Reuben Young, the hospital’s art instructor. He says... read more

Topics: Quality and Patient Safety, Community Health
Tags: Community health, Community Connections

AHA NOVA Award winners announced

AHA News

Five hospital-led partnerships to improve community health received 2015 AHA NOVA Awards July 25 at the Health Forum/AHA Leadership Summit in San Francisco.

The winning programs are the Mayor’s Healthy City Initiative in Baton Rouge, La.; the Bithlo Transformation Project in Orlando, Fla.; Activate... read more

Topics: Quality and Patient Safety, Community Health
Tags: Community health, Community Connections

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