ROCHESTER, Minn. – Randall Linton, M.D. and Dennis Manning, M.D., were recently presented with the Mayo Clinic Diamond Quality Fellow Lifetime Achievement Award at Mayo Clinic’s annual Quality Conference.
Honorees are nominated by their peers and selected by Mayo Clinic and Quality Academy leaders. The Diamond Award recipients demonstrate a long-standing commitment to quality improvement.
Dr. Linton, a pediatrician, is regional vice president of Mayo Clinic Health System in Northwest Wisconsin. Throughout his career, he has led or championed initiatives to improve the quality of patient care.
Under Dr. Linton’s leadership, Mayo Clinic Health System in Northwest Wisconsin:
Dr. Manning is research chair and faculty development chair for the Division of Hospital Internal Medicine on Mayo Clinic’s Rochester campus. He was the first program director for Quality and Patient Safety in Mayo Clinic’s Department of Medicine. Among his many accomplishments, he:
“Dr. Linton and Dr. Manning are so deserving of the Diamond Quality Award,” says Nneka Comfere, M.D., medical director, Mayo Clinic Quality Academy. “They have identified opportunities for quality improvement and taken the necessary steps to champion and lead those improvement efforts. The result is better care for Mayo Clinic patients.”
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