The Foster G. McGaw Prize finalists were also recognized for their
significant accomplishments in community service. Each received a $10,000
-- King's Daughters Medical Center in Ashland, Ky., for ensuring access to
and delivery of quality healthcare in the medically underserved
-- Saint Joseph HealthCare in Lexington, Ky., for programs within central
and eastern Kentucky with a strong emphasis on the traditionally
underserved rural communities.
-- Riverside Health System in Newport News, Va., for programs throughout
eastern Virginia with a strong commitment to community service and
emphasis on human dignity and social justice.
About Harborview Medical Center
Founded in 1877, Harborview Medical Center is one of the region's most comprehensive healthcare facilities, providing high quality, technologically advanced care for everyone regardless of their ability to pay. Owned by King County and managed by the University of Washington, Harborview is the only Level I adult and pediatric trauma center and regional burn center serving the four-state region of Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho.
In addition to being a "safety net" hospital providing care to the underserved, Harborview is the hospital of choice for many privately insured patients seeking a variety of services, such as neurosurgery, reconstruction and rehabilitation, and orthopedics. For more information, visit http://www.harborview.org.
About The Foster G. McGaw Prize
The Foster G. McGaw Prize, first awarded in 1986, recognizes healthcare
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