Human Resources

2023 Chancellor’s LSU Health Excellence Award


This award is intended to recognize faculty and staff who demonstrate excellence in their work and contribute in an exceptional way to the vision and mission of LSUHSC-NO.


All full-time LSUHSC-NO faculty and staff are eligible to receive this award.

15 faculty and 15 staff members will be selected for this award with each winner receiving $1,000.


If you are an LSUHSC-NO employee with an LSUHSC email address, you can may nominate a fellow colleague by clicking on the form below:




The nomination deadline is October 20, 2023




Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center at New Orleans (LSUHSC-NO) will be recognized as an outstanding comprehensive public academic health sciences center that serves the needs of all citizens of the State of Louisiana by delivering professional education and training, conducting innovative research, providing high-quality patient care, and engaging in diverse outreach initiatives.



The mission of LSUHSC-NO is to provide education, research, patient care, and community outreach. LSUHSC-NO comprises the Schools of Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Graduate Studies, Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health. LSUHSC-NO educational programs prepare students for careers as healthcare professionals, educators, administrators, and scientists. The Health Sciences Center disseminates and advances knowledge through basic and clinical research programs, resulting in publications, technology transfer, and related economic enhancements to meet the changing needs of the State of Louisiana and the nation. LSUHSC-NO provides vital public service through direct patient care, including care of indigent and uninsured patients. Healthcare services are provided through LSUHSC-NO clinics in allied health, dentistry, medicine, nursing, and in numerous affiliated hospitals and clinics throughout Louisiana. LSUHSC-NO provides referral services, continuing education, and information relevant to the public health of the citizens of Louisiana. In addition, LSUHSC-NO works cooperatively with two Area Health Education Centers (AHECs), whose programs focus on improving the number and distribution of healthcare providers in underserved rural and urban areas of Louisiana and on supporting existing rural healthcare providers through continuing education programs.


For questions or additional information, please email Jill Fragoso, Chief Human Resources Officer at