Silver Syringe Awards

 

Northern Nevada Awards: Friday, April 15 (Resort at Red Hawk, Sparks)
Southern Nevada Awards: Thursday, April 21 (Cili's Restaurant at Bali Hai, Las Vegas)

Winners for Silver Syringe have been selected, and will be notified the week of February 8th.


Download a list of each category and their descriptions HERE

Any individual and/or organization that work to protect Nevadans from vaccine-preventable diseases has a shot at winning a Silver Syringe Award. Do you or someone you know have what it takes to achieve this honor? The 18th Annual Silver Syringe Awards is being held in conjunction with National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) and will have event locations in Reno (April 15) and Las Vegas (April 21). 
 
 
SUPPORT SILVER SYRINGE - BECOME A SPONSOR
Silver Syringe is a very prestigious award that’s presented to the best of the best. To honor these individuals and organizations, we invite winners to a semi-formal, sit-down dinner presentation to properly celebrate them.
 
This is where we need your help. The financial contributions that you or your organization provide, helps us to successful in recognizing these winners appropriately. Please help us create a night to remember for our 18th Annual Silver Syringe winners by becoming a sponsor. Review the different sponor levels and complete the online form
 

ABOUT THE SILVER SYRINGE AWARDS
There are 13 distinct Silver Syringe categories for nomination and each category has two winners: Southern and Northern. Each category winner is chosen by a committee of Immunize Nevada partners who work daily in healthcare and support our mission of promoting health and preventing disease. The 18th Annual Silver Syringe Winners will be recognized at two sitdown dinner events, held in both Reno and Las Vegas. 

SILVER SYRINGE HISTORY
Silver Syringe began in 1998 as a way to celebrate Nevada’s immunization successes and champions. Today, the event has become a statewide tradition for Nevada’s immunization and healthcare stakeholders. This annual event allows for an opportunity to honor those immunization champions who provide excellent service, but may not otherwise be recognized.