Vote for Nurse Laura Curtis to Win HeroesFIRST Award
In a momentous development, Nurse Laura Curtis from the Center for Digestive Endoscopy has been selected as one of the final 10 candidates for the distinguished Annual HeroesFIRST Campaign by ImageFIRST. With the nationwide voting process already underway—lasting from September 25 to October 13, 2023—community members and patients are being called upon to actively participate.Vote for Laura Curtis
From Over 400 Nominees to Top 10: The Remarkable Journey
The Center for Digestive Endoscopy is bursting with pride as Nurse Laura Curtis moves from being a nominee to a finalist in this prestigious campaign. This rapid ascent highlights her unwavering commitment to patient care and exemplifies the values that the Center stands for: Being Respectful, Being Safe, Being Honest, and most significantly, Being Remarkable.
Contextualizing the Achievement: A Look at the Numbers
Data lends weight to this momentous occasion. Out of a competitive field that included more than 400 nominees from across the nation, Curtis secured a spot among the top 2.5%, affirming her standout performance in healthc
The Impact of Your Vote: Beyond Individual Recognition
Winning the HeroesFIRST Campaign comes with a total prize fund of $15,000 aimed at enhancing patient care and healthcare services. Your vote for Nurse Laura Curtis is not just an endorsement for an individual healthcare worker; it is a strong statement in support of the caliber of healthcare services offered at the Center for Digestive Endoscopy.
Community Engagement: Why Your Participation Matters
As a vital healthcare facility in the Orlando area, the Center for Digestive Endoscopy emphasizes the significance of community involvement. Your vote in this critical stage of the HeroesFIRST Campaign can materially influence the continuing standard of care and service that the Center aims to provide.