The Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS) at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center was one of five recipients of the 2023 Innovation Awards presented today by Inside Memphis Business magazine and Memphis Magazine.
CHIPS was recognized for putting Memphis and Tennessee on the map for cutting-edge simulation training across all health care professions.
For more than a decade, the awards have honored individuals and teams on the front lines of moving Memphis forward. Today’s Innovation Awards breakfast was the first held in person since the COVID 19 pandemic.
“We thank you for your contributions to innovation and to Memphis,” Sam Cicci, senior editor of Memphis Magazine, said in introducing the winners at the event at Memphis Botanic Garden.
Jarrod Young, MBA, director of operations/technology and business development for CHIPS, accepted the award on behalf of the CHIPS team. Executive Director Tara Lemoine, DO, was unable to attend.
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