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Tenet Healthcare Hospitals and Employees Honored as Heroes in Medicine by the Palm Beach County Medical Society

Apr 24, 2019

West Palm Beach-Fla.-April 12th 2019-Tenet Healthcare congratulates its honorees from the Heroes in Medicine awards as selected by the Palm Beach County Medical Society. The 2019 Annual Heroes in Medicine Awards honors local individuals and organizations who provide extraordinary services that address or have responded to health care needs in the county, the nation or around the world.  The following Tenet hospital employees will be honored:

Bruce Redina Professional Hero: 
Lisa Rocheleau-Administrator for the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital

Outreach Wellness Prevention Hero:
Rob Moreland-EMS Liaison for St. Mary’s Medical Center & the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital

Healthcare Provider Hero:
Diane Schofield-Director of Surgical Weight Loss Program at Delray Medical Center

Project Access Hero:
West Boca Medical Center

All those selected will be honored at the upcoming awards luncheon, and the Hero of the Year will be officially announced at the luncheon in May.  The Palm Beach County Medical Society is a not for profit organization, providing and coordinating continuing medical education for physicians and allied health professionals, informs and educates the public on health care issues, improves patients’ access to health care, collects and studies information on the health care delivery system and recognizes groups and individuals who strive to improve the quality of healthcare in Palm Beach County.