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Kawartha Lakes Physician recruiter wins national award

Cindy Snider, Shelia Maclean, Joan Mavrinac- Winners

Cindy Snider the Recruitment & Retention Coordinator with the Kawartha Lakes Healthcare Initiative was recently awarded the 2017 Recruiter Recognition Award from the Canadian Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (CASPR).

The Recruiter Recognition Award recognizes significant potential as an innovator and a role model or future leader in physician attraction, recruitment, and retention activities according to a press release from the group.

Cindy, when congratulated by her KLHCI Board members, said she was honoured, proud and humbled she felt receiving this award from her national recruiter colleagues.

Healthcare leaders and innovators from Prince Edward Island and Windsor/Essex, also won Ontario 2017 Canadian Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (CASPR) awards.

“This year’s award recipients are the embodiment of excellence, dedication and perseverance. They are all leaders in physician recruitment excellence. They are continually learning and growing about physician recruitment to bring the best results to their communities in the form of new physicians. Each one of them deserves the honour that has been bestowed upon them whether they have excelled at recruitment, developed programming to support physician development, or built strong partnerships in their communities and provinces.” said Jill Cappa, CASPR chair when she congratulated all the winners.

 

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