Highlight a Health Care Hero
THA would like to celebrate and share the incredible work of health care heroes from our member hospitals during hospital week. We are looking for photos and descriptions of frontline staff from member hospitals who have gone above and beyond the call of duty during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you have a staff member who deserves recognition on social media, please email a short description and a photo to THA’s
Emily Cheslock for consideration.
We will tag your hospital and share across THA membership.
THA will share about these health care heroes all week. Be sure to keep an eye out for your nominees on
THA's Facebook page.
Social Media Resources
THA has created the following resources to help member hospitals promote hospital week on social media.
Facebook Frame: Hospital leaders can show support for Texas hospitals with THA’s new Facebook frame. This will “frame” your current profile picture on Facebook. Click here and then click “try it” in the bottom righthand corner.
Captions for Social Posts: Be sure to use #HospitalWeek in your social posts to add to the conversation on social media.
- Hospitals play an integral role in the communities they serve, caring for patients 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year. #HospitalWeek
- Texas hospitals strive to provide the best care to their patients and meet the health care needs of their communities. #HospitalWeek
- Providing high-quality care to every patient in a safe environment is the goal of all hospitals and a daily focus of their activities. #HospitalWeek
- Texas hospitals, doctors and nurses are working day and night to keep patients safe, even during these unprecedented times. #HospitalWeek
Gallery of digital images: Feel free to add your logo and share on your social networks. Click here to download the gallery.
THA members are encouraged to share the following video on their social networks and web pages during hospital week to thank health care workers for their scarifies during COVID-19.
Texas has a reputation for putting others first, protecting our loved ones and lending a hand, and this behavior is often a light during dark times. Today’s brave Texans wear scrubs and are working day and night to protect those who have become infected with a disease that has swept across the globe and is in our backyards.