Posted on July 22, 2016
The American Heart Association is currently accepting nominations for the 2016 Washtenaw County Heart Ball Awards. The three awards are outlined below:
The Coeur D’Or (Heart of Gold) Award for Excellence: This award is given to an individual, who through his or her professional accomplishments, has made great strides in the advancement of the American Heart Association.
The Cor Vitae (Heart of Life) Award for Community Service Award: This recognition is given to an individual who, through tireless dedication to their community, demonstrates love and caring for his or her fellow man; who, through his or her giving and support, enhances the quality of life for many; and who, through his or her generosity, has played a significant role in advancing the mission of the AHA.
The Young Investigator Award for Excellence: This honor is given to an individual, who through his or her early career accomplishment has made great strides in the advancement of the AHA.
These awards are not just reserved for physicians – nursing and support staff are eligible as well. Additional information, along with a nomination form, can be found on the event's website. All nominations should to be submitted directly to Katie Scott, American Heart Association Heart Ball Director, via email at Katie.Scott@heart.org no later than Friday, Aug. 5. If you have any questions about the awards or nomination process, please contact Katie via email or at 248-767-6846.