Any hospital, big or small, can join this life-saving initiative that’s added 419,102 donor registrations to state registries since 2011. During the 2017 Campaign, more than 1,100 hospitals worked with donation organizations to promote organ, eye, and tissue donation in their hospitals and communities and received recognition from HHS’s Division of Transplantation.
Earn points toward recognition for each scorecard activity your hospital completes and each new donor registration recorded. At the end of the campaign, hospitals earn platinum, gold, silver, or bronze recognition from HHS’s Division of Transplantation.
For more information or questions about the Hospital Campaign, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enroll now to participate in the 2018 Hospital Campaign (hospitals that have participated in past campaigns do not need to re-enroll.) Complete the Enrollment Form and follow instructions to submit. You will become a partner in the vital effort to promote donor awareness and registration and, by doing so, help increase the number of donors on your state’s donor registry. For questions about enrollment in the Hospital Campaign, contact email@example.com.
2018 Campaign Guide (PDF - 405 KB)
Enrollment Form (PDF - 181 KB)
2018 Campaign Scorecard (PDF - 333 KB)
See a full list of partners recognized during the 2017 Campaign (PDF - 371 KB)
Use these materials to share news of your success in the 2017 Campaign.
Web Badges (ZIP - 1.5 MB)
Social Media Messages (ZIP - 1.2 MB)
News Release Templates (ZIP - 1.7 MB)
View the Hospital Campaign “Thank You” video featuring Capt. Melissa Greenwald, Director of the Division of Transplantation. The video highlights the campaign’s successes in the 2017 Campaign. You can also download a version of this video..
Want to read and hear about Hospital Campaign partners and how they promote organ, eye, and tissue donation? Read the stories here and view past webinars where all partners are welcome to tell their good news stories.
Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland, Pennsylvania, held Christmas in July last summer when they put a Christmas tree decorated with organ donation messages in the hospital lobby. Joell Alter, director of marketing and patient outreach services at Crozer-Keystone Health System, said he was blown away by how much conversation was started among patients, staff, and visitors because of the display. “I can’t recall a time when conversation about donation was not happening in the hospital lobby.”
Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) was first to earn gold recognition in Phase IV. OPO partner New Jersey Sharing Network staff promoted the value of early goal setting, team and coalition building, and fostering healthy competition among hospitals. HUMC’s media outreach, registry tables, new employee orientation, and critical care committee presentations propelled the campaign with opportunities for individuals to learn about donation and join a donor registry. The team’s social media generated campaign buzz and drove traffic to hospital and OPO Web pages.
Webinar: Community Engagement through the Hospital Campaign
View the recording.
Speakers and participants attending this webinar (hospitals and organ procurement organizations) shared a variety of ideas for educating the public about organ, eye, and tissue donation through the Hospital Campaign.
2018 Hospital Campaign Wrap-Up and Celebration
May 23, 2018; 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT
Go to https://hrsa.connectsolutions.com/wpfl_webinars
Dial 888.566.1292, participant code 7815893
These associations and organizations support the Hospital Campaign by offering planning advice, promoting the campaign to their members, and recognizing partners for their successes in the campaign.