Excellence In Community Service Award Recipients


2022: Texas Health Resources, Arlington – Blue Zones Project®

2021: Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston – Project: Nurse Health Line

2020: Parkland Health & Hospital System – Dallas – COVID-19 Testing Program

2019: University Health System, San Antonio – The HEB Body Adventure (Powered by University Health System)

2018: Children’s Health (Dallas) – School-Based Tele-Behavioral Health Program

2017: Texas Health Resources (Arlington) – Northwest Community Center Project

2016: Seton Healthcare Family (Austin) – Project Search

2015: Medical City Children’s Hospital (Dallas) – kids teaching kids

2014: Harris Health System (Houston) – Routine Universal Screening for HIV

2013: Parkland Health & Hospital System (Dallas) – Correctional Health Services

2012: East Texas Medical Center Tyler and Scott & White Healthcare – Pin-A-Sister Breast Awareness Campaign

2012: Scott & White Healthcare – Military Homefront Services Project

2011: Cook Children’s Health Care System, Fort Worth, and Methodist Health System, Dallas – Neighborhood Clinics Program

2011: Methodist Health System, Dallas – Life Shines Bright Pregnancy Program

2010: Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare and University Medical Center of El Paso – El Paso Healthcare Heroes Program

2009: Harris County Hospital District, Houston – Community Behavioral Health Program

2008: Methodist Dallas Medical Center – Prostate Cancer

2007: UTMB, Galveston – Continuum of Care: A Mental Health and Substance Abuse Model for Galveston and Brazoria counties

2006: St. David’s South Austin Hospital – Diabetes Management Program

2005: Parkland Health & Hospital System, Dallas – Homeless Outreach Medical Services program

2004: Northwest Texas Health Care System, Amarillo – Women’s and Children’s Healthcare Center

2003: Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston – Centers for School Program

2002: Covenant Health System, Lubbock – Exercising Body, Mind, and Spirit

2001: Parkland Health & Hospital System, Dallas – Community Oriented Primary Care Program

2000: Knapp Medical Center, Weslaco – KMC Diabetes Center

1999: Colorado-Fayette Medical Center – Flatonia Community Clinic; and Valley Baptist Medical Center, Harlingen – Asthma Education Program

1998: Peterson Memorial Hospital, Kerrville – Raphael Community Free Clinic

1997: Trinity Mother Frances Health System, Tyler – Family Care Clinic

1996: Angleton/Danbury General Hospital – Community Services Plan