Who We Serve
We serve and partner with Health Workers, Black and Brown Communities, Health Organizations, Governors, Mayors, Government Agencies, Unions, Sponsors, Donors and more all across America.
We are seeking your prompt support, to show national appreciation to the Health Workers in your community.
The Health Workers Hall of Fame is the nation’s first Hall of Fame tribute, dedicated to achieve and sustain the aims, goals and objectives set forth.
- To honor ALL the lives lost to COVID19. To date; Over 2,504,175 cases and over 125,484 deaths in America.
- To bring urgently needed Health Restoration to two interdependent groups: Health Workers, and Black and Brown communities — who have been struck the hardest by COVID19. Restoration includes; Extinguishing Burnout Syndrome among Health Workers, Emergency Pandemic Preparedness, and highlighting the contributions and achievements of Unsung Heroes — during this crisis and beyond. Restoration also includes; Mitigating unresolved Health Disparities in Black and Brown communities now and on the other side of COVID19.
- To deliver a COVID19 response, reflective of the national impact, pandemics can have on public health, our economy and way of life.
What Else Is In It For You?
The Highest Honor In The Land!
Why Health Workers Like You
Deserve World Class Recognition?
Every day in America and around the globe, Health Workers — the true “Unsung Heroes,” – – go above and beyond the call of duty, to make a positive impact on the health and lives of patients, families and communities.
The efforts of “Unsung Heroes” has never been more on display than during the COVID19 pandemic. COVID19 has reminded our nation and society, how much care, guidance, and support Health Workers give.
COVID19 has also crystalized the sacrifices Health Workers make to restore us all to good health. Not only in the United States, but all around the world.
For this reason, for a limited time – effective July 15, 2020 through August 31, 2020, The Health Workers Hall of Fame is embarking on a COVID19 Health Restoration FREE Membership Drive.
During this limited offer, we are offering FREE Hall of Fame membership, to 100,000 Health Workers, ALL across America, at ALL levels of care.
We anticipate extending FREE Hall of Fame membership to Health Workers from every city, town and village in America.
FREE membership requires two easy steps. The individual, group, or entity recommending the Health Worker for FREE Membership must:
- Validate work performance of Health Worker went “above and beyond the call of duty during COVID19 pandemic.”
- Email performance documentation, passport size photo and an updated resume of the Health Worker to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resume must contain their name, address, telephone number, job title, years of health care experience and the name of their employer.
In addition to COVID19, this special consideration is also warranted, because for far too long, health systems have forced countless “Unsung Heroes” to carry the heavy weight of job demands that are greater than the resources available to complete the job effectively.
Every day and across every social determinant of health setting, Health Workers face overwhelming obstacles including workplace hardships, hazards and systemic failures that are often hidden from public view.
Given all Health Workers go through — to risk their own health and well-being to deliver life-saving care to others, — the least we can do is honor the dignity and professionalism of Health Workers as we advance their Health Restoration.
A Solution Idea Whose Time Has Come
Before Coronavirus struck, the health of Health Workers were already at war and under siege of Burnout Syndrome. Now they are fighting care delivery wars on two fronts — COVID19 and Burnout Syndrome.
In America, 17 million Health Workers make huge contributions in health care delivery, social determinants of health, public health challenges, natural disaster relief efforts, research, education and much more.
Because Health Workers are overwhelmed and overburdened by higher job demand and job resource imbalances, the need for a restorative health solution has never been greater.
Health Restoration is needed on an on-going basis, to keep Health Workers refreshed, relevant and ready — as they take on Burnout Syndrome, help mitigate health disparities and prepare for future pandemics.
Victor Hugh said it best: “An idea before it’s time must wait, for no one is crazy enough to grasp it… at the moment.
And an idea who’s time has passed must hope, for a future in which it’ll be needed again. But an idea whose time has come is a force. It changes the world. It alters reality. It’s unstoppable!”
So let it be known, a new gateway has opened up for Health Workers to receive the highest professional honor in the land; as a “Health Worker Hall of Famer.”
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Our website was inspired By:
Dr. Gerald Deas, M.D., MPH, MA. Hon. D.Sc.
Population Health Physicians
Dr. Katrina DeVinci, RN, Ph.D. MSN, ANP, PMTC
Dr. Harold Lazarus, PHD, 1963, Columbia University; MS, 1952, Columbia
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