The Orlando Immunology Center (OIC) announced today they have received the Central Florida/Orlando 2015 Watermark Awards for Variety and Excellence (WAVE) Award for favorite local healthcare professional.
“We see this as a huge honor and will continue to do everything in our power to help patients from all walks of life be healthy, happy and whole.”
The readers of Watermark nominated businesses and professionals for various categories including greatest straight ally to the local LGBT community, favorite local politician/activist and favorite local food truck. Readers then voted on nominees through two rounds of balloting. The winners in these categories represent businesses and professionals that take pride in and serve as allies to the LGBT community.
OIC was voted as the no. 1 choice for the favorite local healthcare professional category.
“My staff and I are grateful to have been nominated and chosen to win the WAVE award,” says Edwin DeJesus, M.D., medical director of the Orlando Immunology Center. “To us, this award reinforces the trust and satisfaction we hope to instill in every patient that comes through our doors. We see this as a huge honor and will continue to do everything in our power to help patients from all walks of life be healthy, happy and whole.”
Dr. DeJesus and his staff have also been voted one of Orlando Magazine’s “Best Doctors” every year since 2010.
About Orlando Immunology Center
The Orlando Immunology Center is a part of the Infectious Disease Consultants and treats infectious diseases, including viral and bacterial infections. The physicians at the Orlando Immunology Center specialize in the treatment of complicated infectious diseases, HIV treatment, Hepatitis treatment, wound care hyperbaric medicine and travel health.
Watermark is a multi-faceted media company using opportunities and innovations to communicate and advance LGBT interests, with a corporate emphasis on professionalism and profitability. Watermark prints up to 20,000 copies every other Thursday, and distributes them in more than 500 locations throughout Orlando, Tampa Bay, Sarasota and throughout the state. The newspaper donates more than $200,000 annually in free and sponsor advertising to worthy local and national LGBT non-profits.