2008 Community Healthcare Improvement Project
Applications for the 6th annual Johnson & Johnson Community Healthcare Improvement Project (CHIP) Award are now available to graduates of the 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 & 2006 UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program. The award, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson, recognizes the successful implementation of the CHIP as an innovative strategic initiative that enhances community-based health services for the medically underserved. One winner will be selected from submitted applications to receive $5,000. Each award will provide $3,000 to the organization and $2,000 to the individual. In addition, the selected candidate will receive visibility in selected publications.
New CHIPs, as well as those designed at UCLA, will be eligible for consideration, however; only one application per participant per cycle is permitted. The applications will be judged on the CHIP's creativity, originality, effective implementation, demonstrable impact on the organization and ability to be replicated in other community-based health care organizations.
If you have any questions, please contact Diana Hernandez at (310) 794-9559 or email email@example.com.
The 2006 CHIP Award winner, Lougene Marsh
The 2005 CHIP Award winner, Raul Garza
One of the 2004 CHIP Award winners, BJ Scott.
Victor presents the 2004 CHIP Award to Pete Leibig.
2003 CHIP Award recipient Gail Petersen with Faculty Director, Victor Tabbush and Dr. Rick Martinez from Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions.