Five hospital-led programs will receive the 2022 AHA Dick Davidson NOVA Award for their collaborative efforts to improve community health at the AHA Leadership Summit July 17-19 in San Diego. The winning programs and hospital partners are: Continuous Care Program, Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center at Broward Health, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; The Doorway, Cheshire Medical Center, Keene, N.H.; Community Connect, Children's Minnesota, Minneapolis/St. Paul; Monterey County Diabetes Collaborative, Salinas Valley Memorial Health Care System, Salinas, Calif., and Montage Health, Monterey, Calif.; and the School Blue Envelope Suicide Prevention Program, Spectrum Health West Michigan, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
 
“This year’s Dick Davidson NOVA award honorees are leading with innovative and collaborative programs to address many of our nation’s most pressing health challenges,” said AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack. “Working together these hospitals and health systems are creating healthier communities and increasing well-being for their neighbors.” 
 
For more on the programs, see the AHA news release. 
 
 

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