Over the next few weeks, we’ll be recognizing those who received South Island MSA Recognition Awards at this year’s Annual General Meeting.
The first award is for Community Leadership. It gives us the chance to recognize colleagues who have fostered physician-to-physician relationships to improve professional and collegial bonds.
Dr. Jason Wale put forward a warm nomination for Dr. Matt Carere.
Over the past year, Matt has led a series of High Acuity/Low Occurrence or HALO simulations in the ER, bringing together physicians from countless specialties to ensure they, the facility, and the interdisciplinary processes are fully prepared for HALO events.
As shared by Jason, “Matt is a gifted educator and has created a safe environment for sharing of ideas and concerns. This has paid dividends, not just from the medical learnings, but also the solid team building and morale boost that these simulations have provided in such challenging times.”
We are delighted to recognize Dr. Matt Carere with this Award for Community Leadership.