County Recognizes Doctors Offices with Most Referrals to ASHLine
In an effort to recognize partners with the most referrals to the Arizona Smokers’ Helpline (ASHLine), the Maricopa County Office of Tobacco and Chronic Disease Prevention (OTCDP) presented plaques to each medical office commemorating their achievement. OTCDP had also placed a full-page ad in Phoenix Magazine listing each top referrer. The ad, ran in the magazine’s yearly Top Doc issue which highlights the Valley’s top medial professionals. Pictured are the Top referrers receiving their plaque.
The staff at Arizona Pulmonary Specialists accepts the award.
Staff at the ASU College of Nursing & Health Innovation – NP Healthcare Grace sit with their award.
Staff from Arcadia Family Clinic receive their award.
Southwest Spine & Sports Accepts their Certificate.
Scottsdale Center for Advanced Pain Management staff accept their Top Referer Award.
Joanna Newton from the Office of Tobacco and Chronic Disease Prevention presents this award to Desert Grove Family Medicine.
Health First Urgent Care displays their award.
Staff from iWomen’s Health Care receive their Top Referrer Award.
The staff at Med-Cure Internal Medicine with their award.
This Top Referer Award was presented to Arizona Oncology.
This award was presented to Providence General Medicine & Pediatrics Central Phoenix Office.
The staff at GB Family Care with their award.
Gladys Cedillos of the Office of Tobacco and Chronic Disease Prevention (second from left) presents this award to the staff of Providence General Medicine & Pediatrics West Phoenix Office.
Jesse Owens Urgent Care Accepts their Plaque and copy of Phoenix Magazine containing the ad.
Not pictured, but also receiving awards were Marvin Goldstein, MD and Arizona Center for Chest Diseases, LTD.
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