$12,000 in donations and PPE will be awarded to 8 exceptional healthcare worker finalists in HeroesFIRST Campaign

Sept. 3, 2021

Aimed at honoring and celebrating the outstanding Infection Prevention healthcare workers that ImageFIRST has the privilege of working with each day, a new campaign sought nominations from ImageFIRST’s team of dedicated representatives – whom they call Customer Advocates – to identify the eight individuals selected as this year’s finalists. Following a nationwide vote, the finalist who receives the most votes will be awarded $5,000.

ImageFIRST will honor those in the field who have gone above and beyond, even in the face of adversity, to keep their communities safe. Hundreds of exceptional nominations were submitted by ImageFIRST’s Customer Advocate team that detailed inspiring stories of professionals who are tirelessly committed to managing Infection Prevention at the facilities that they serve.

Eight outstanding individuals were selected and will be featured on ImageFIRST’s website for a nationwide vote, including: Cathy C., Campus Surgery Center; Chela P., Livingston Surgical Center; Danny A., Moses Taylor Hospital; Evan L., Centennial Peaks Hospital ; Heidi B., GI Associates Moreland Endoscopy Center; Jean D., Memorial Care Surgical Center Saddleback; Judy W., Mackinaw Surgery Center; and Teretha W., Conner Creek Life Solutions.

Now through September 6, each of the HeroesFIRST finalists and their noteworthy stories – as submitted by ImageFIRST’s Customer Advocates – will be shared on the ImageFIRST website where visitors can cast their vote for the story that inspires them most.

The finalist with the most votes will be awarded a $5,000 grand prize with a corresponding donation of PPE materials best suited to their facility. The other seven finalists will each receive $1,000 and a donation for their exceptional work.  

To learn more about each finalist and cast a vote, visit ImageFIRST