Miami, Fl – The recognition award program started by FineAwards.com in partnership with Tenet Healthcare continues with a hero rewarding ceremony held at North Shore Medical Center. The award plaques will be given to the City of Miami Fire Rescue and Miami Dade Fire Rescue for their assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local plaques and awards business, FineAwards.com, wanted to show their appreciation to first responders by creating the “Heroes of COVID-19” recognition awards program for hospital COVID units of South Florida. With the help of Tenet Healthcare, a company that manages many hospitals in South Florida, the program kicked off in late August at Hialeah Hospital.
FineAwards.com is honored to have the opportunity to design custom award plaques for each of Tenet Healthcare’s five locations. The company recently presented awards to Miami-Dade and Broward County’s COVID units and fire departments in a ceremony at Florida Medical Center in mid-September.
South Florida’s fire departments provide assistance to local hospitals and medical centers by responding to emergencies when they occur. Their invaluable service includes helping medical teams who experienced exhaustion in the summer months due to the rapid increase in COVID infections.
With the alarming number of infections reaching more than 15,000 in a day, hospitals had reached their maximum capacity. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis had to contract out-of-state nurses to assist Florida’s exhausted hospital staff. Fortunately, these dilemmas didn’t diminish morale.
Thanks to the combined effort of COVID units and fire departments, the number of infections in August and September has dropped considerably.
FineAwards.com has designed elegant glass pieces for the recipients of the plaque awards. With more than 20 years of success in the plaques and awards business, the company wanted to reach out to local heroes on the frontlines and thanking them for their service.
Although the battle isn’t over yet, and the pandemic is still present, we at FineAwards.com appreciate the spirit of South Florida’s COVID units and the fire departments.