For immediate release (November 2015)
Contact: Beth Schlueter, Executive Director
Company Name: Signature Healthcare Foundation
Signature Healthcare Foundation presents the 2015 Senator Paul Simon Award to the Institute for Family Medicine
St. Louis, November, 2015. Signature Healthcare Foundation is pleased to announce the presentation of the 2015 Senator Paul Simon Award to the Institute for Family Medicine. Dr. David Campbell accepted the award at a special presentation during the 13th annual Signature Foundation Health Policy Forum.
The Institute for Family Medicine works to help disadvantaged children, families and senior citizens have the opportunity to improve their health and quality of life. Institute for Family Medicine collaborates with community agencies to reduce barriers to health such as cost, transportation, language and trust issues and to deliver quality healthcare services.
The Institute For Family Medicine received the Paul Simon Award in recognition of their collaborative program with St. Andrews of Jennings to provide care for St. Andrews residents.
Elizabeth Schlueter, Executive Director of Signature Healthcare Foundation said, “We are very happy to honor the Institute for Family Medicine’s collaborative program to provide healthcare in a critical area of our community”
The Paul Simon Award was instituted to honor Senator Simon’s service to Signature Healthcare Foundation as a member of its board of directors. The award is intended to encourage and reward cost effective strategies in healthcare.
Signature Healthcare Foundation was formed in 2002 with a mission to utilize physician leadership to improve healthcare quality, efficiency & affordability