Europe’s 2023 Health Care Climate Challenge winners

Eleven European healthcare institutions are among the winners of the 2023 Health Care Climate Challenge. Wolica Healthcare Center for Lung Diseases and Tuberculosis in Poland is being highlighted as the European Climate Champion for excelling in their climate action efforts.

The 2023 cohort of Climate Challenge participants includes over 200 institutions from 18 countries. These organisations are dedicated to embracing low-carbon healthcare practices, implementing robust climate resilience strategies, and advocating for policies that safeguard the health of our planet.

Europe’s 2023 Health Care Climate Challenge winners

The Health Care Climate Challenge

Each year, we celebrate institutions at the forefront of healthcare climate action with our Health Care Climate Challenge awards. These hospitals and health systems are pioneering innovative and effective solutions to mitigate healthcare’s climate footprint and enhance their resilience. They are beacons around the world guiding the healthcare sector on its climate-smart journey.  

New this year is an updated award structure for the Health Care Climate Challenge to recognise participating institutions reporting, advancing, and excelling in their climate action efforts. With this new scheme comes our first-ever Climate Champion award to recognise one institution per region that is excelling in their work.

Our 2023 Climate Champions are:

  • BUPA, Global
  • Fundación Hospital San Pedro, Colombia
  • Netcare Limited, South Africa
  • Rede D'Or São Luiz S.A., Brazil
  • The Eye Surgery Hastings, New Zealand
  • University of California Los Angeles Health, United States
  • Wolica Healthcare Center for Lung Diseases and Tuberculosis, Poland

We are pleased to recognise the accomplishments of these organisations and celebrate their success. We look forward to showcasing their work and inspiring other hospitals and health systems to rise to the challenge.

Meet the 2023 award winners and participants

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