G. Scott Giebink Excellence in Immunization Award - Minnesota Dept. of Health

G. Scott Giebink Excellence in Immunization Award

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Picture of G. Scott Giebink This award is given in memory of G. Scott Giebink, M.D. (1944-2003). Dr. Giebink was an internationally-respected pediatric infectious disease expert and a great advocate for immunization. He also strongly believed in access to health care for all children and helped create MinnesotaCare, a state health insurance program for people with low incomes. The G. Scott Giebink Excellence in Immunization Award is given each year to a Minnesota organization that has provided leadership and/or innovation in immunization.

2017 Focus Area

The focus of the 2017 G. Scott Giebink Excellence in Immunization Award is innovative methods of providing access to low-cost immunizations for children and/or adults.

Eligibility

Any organization that provides immunizations or facilitates access to immunizations is eligible to be nominated for this award. It may be a public or private clinic, or a non-traditional site like a long-term care facility, school, child care center, or other organization.

Nominating Procedure

To nominate an organization:

  • Complete the nomination form (PDF)*.
    • *To save responses in the fillable PDF, save the blank fillable PDF on your computer and close the file. Open the PDF, type in your responses, and save the file again.
  • Write a letter of recommendation describing the organization’s innovative methods of providing access to low-cost immunizations for children and/or adults (maximum 500 words).
  • Submit the form and a letter to the MDH Immunization Program (see nomination form).

Nominations are due by Aug. 4, 2017.

Updated Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 03:07PM