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Gorbel, Highland Hospital, et al

The Greater Rochester Quality Council announces the following companies have been awarded the Team Excellence awards at the GRQC Performance Excellence Awards: Gorbel and Highland Hospital won the Gold Award; Butler/Till and Saint Kateri Parish won the Silver Award; Hillside Family of Agencies Varick Campus, URMC Strong Memorial Hospital Emergency Department for the Sepsis Project, Monroe County Medical Society and Monroe Veterinary Associates’ Forever Friends Pet Crematorium have won the Bronze Award. Hillside Family of Agencies Outpatient Center for Child and Family Therapy and Trillium Health both won the Pathfinder Award. The following companies won in the Operations Excellence category: Rochester Regional Health, URMC Strong Memorial Hospital for the Unit Based Performance Program and Xerox Document Analysis Area all won Silver Awards, and Monroe Veterinary Associates Continuous Improvement Journey won the Bronze Award. In the Customer Excellence category, Rochester Regional Health Newark Wayne Community Hospital won the Bronze Award.

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