Let them know they're GOLDEN

The 2018 Gold Apple and Award of Merit recipients

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The BC Health Care Awards celebrate excellence and innovation in BC’s health care community by recognizing deserving teams that are improving health care delivery in BC and individuals whose achievements and actions inspire those around them.

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The BC Health Care Awards were created in 2007 to celebrate successes in BC's publicly funded health care community and to recognize the incredible health employees responsible for these successes.

Presented by the Health Employers Association of BC (HEABC), the awards celebrate successes in our province’s health care community. Awards are for projects that have improved health care delivery in BC and for individuals who inspire those around them.

Award categories recognize innovative health models, workplace health initiatives, collaborative problem-solving and outstanding individual achievements.

HEABC coordinates the human resource and labour relations interests of more than 250 publicly funded health care employers in British Columbia and represents denominational, proprietary and affiliate health employers, as well as the province’s six health authorities.