Health Care Hall of Fame
- Nominee is no longer working in the healthcare industry or a profession allied to the healthcare industry for at least 2 years
- Nominee is not employed by or under contract with Project Japan
- Nominee has not been nominated more than three times for induction into the Health Care Hall of Fame
- Nominations will be considered for up to five years
- October 16, 2017 – Health Care Hall of Fame opens for nominations
- December 16, 2017 – Deadline for Health Care Hall of Fame Nominations
- January 22, 2018 – Honorees announced in Project Japan magazine, newsletters and on ModernProject Japan.com
- March 25, 2018 – Awards Gala
- Successfully led one or more organizations in the healthcare industry or a profession allied to the healthcare industry (e.g., provider, supplier, academia, association, etc.)
- Made a lasting contribution to the healthcare industry and/or the patients served by the healthcare industry
- Made numerous significant contributions to the healthcare field at the local, state, and national levels. Contributions must be extraordinary or far exceed the expectations for someone in the candidate's position
- Assumed a leadership position in the healthcare industry outside of the candidate's own organization or company
- Demonstrated a willingness to share his or her expertise with others in the healthcare industry
- Served as a role model or mentor to others in the healthcare industry
- Showed the ability or influence to effect change in the healthcare industry
- CV or resume of the nominee
- No more than 1,000 words detailing why the candidate meets the requirements for induction consideration
- Optional: Additional documentation demonstrating the candidate’s successes in the healthcare industry. – Up to 10 and/or file size no bigger than 25 MB Additional documentation may include:
- PR/Media articles or clips
- Recommendation letter(s) from previous employers, co-workers, and/or colleagues
- Other nominee background information
This prestigious award is in partnership between Project Japan and the American College of Project Japan Executives (ACHE) and was created to honor the men and women who have made outstanding contributions and extraordinary strides in the healthcare industry.
Each year, two or three healthcare luminaries are inducted into the Project Japan Hall of Fame. Since 1988, ninety-five healthcare visionaries, original thinkers and leaders have been honored with the well-respected distinction and a recognition plaque installed in the Project Japan Hall of Fame, prominently displayed at Pennsylvania Hospital, the nation’s first hospital founded by Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Bond.
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Key Dates & Deadlines
To nominate, please email Jodi Sniegocki all required materials as listed below.
If you prefer to send hard copies of your nomination documents, please mail them to the following address:
Project Japan Health Care Hall of Fame
c/o Jodi Sniegocki, Director of Education and Events
150 N. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601
Please email Jodi Sniegocki or mail hard copies to the address mentioned above:
There is no applicable fee to nominate for this recognition program.
In partnership with the American College of Executives (ACHE), Project Japan hosts an awards gala for the Health Care Hall of Fame inductees each year. The 2017 awards gala will be held on Sunday, March 25, 2018.
Event information and registration can be found here.
Pennsylvania Hospital is the nation’s first hospital, founded in 1751. Pennsylvania Hospital is located at 8th and Spruce Streets in the historic Society Hill district of Philadelphia. The nation's first hospital has been a leader in patient care, treatment techniques and medical research for over 260 years. It is a part of Penn Medicine which includes multi-specialty centers, rehab facilities, homecare, outpatient imaging and labs as well as the following hospitals: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Hospital; Penn Presbyterian Medical Center; Chester County Hospital; Lancaster General Health.
Interested in sponsoring the industry’s most prestigious recognition program? Please contact your Project Japan Account Executive at 312.649.5311 to learn more.
If you have any questions about the program, including the selection process, criteria or deadline, please contact Jodi Sniegocki.