Call for Entries - 2022 Foster G. McGaw Prize

Does your organization demonstrate a passion for community health and an exceptional commitment to developing innovative partnerships and collaboratives that improve the health and well-being of your community? Foster G. McGaw Prize winners demonstrate that health delivery organizations working with community partners can be the cornerstone of a healthier America.

Does your organization demonstrate a passion for community health and an exceptional commitment to developing innovative partnerships and collaboratives that improve the health and well-being of your community? Foster G. McGaw Prize winners demonstrate that health delivery organizations working with community partners can be the cornerstone of a healthier America.

The Foster G. McGaw Prize is sponsored by the Baxter International Foundation and administered by the American Hospital Association and the Health Research & Educational Trust.

The Foster G. McGaw Prize will give top honors in 2022 to up to four programs or organizations. The application for the 2022 Foster G. McGaw Prize is now available. Applications must be received by midnight Central Time on July 31, 2021.

For any questions, please email fostermcgaw@aha.org.

Foster G. McGaw Prize

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