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Prisma Health Multimedia team member wins Southeastern EMMY® with patient experience video

CRBR Biz Wire //June 28, 2023//

Prisma Health Multimedia team member wins Southeastern EMMY® with patient experience video

CRBR Biz Wire //June 28, 2023//

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Greenville, SC–Anil Dhokai, a Multimedia Specialist on the Marketing, Communications and Consumerism team, has won an EMMY® for a video he produced about a young patient with cancer who was treated at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital in the Midlands.

His video, “Nothing can stop child cancer patient after receiving prosthetic limb,” won in the Health/Medical–Short Form Content category.

He created the video for social media during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month last fall, working with Senior Marketing Strategist William Cooke.

“Anil and Bill’s dedication and talent truly shine through in this video,” said Sally Foister, Executive Director of Marketing Insights and Strategy. “It started with Bill identifying a great story and Anil’s ability to bring it to life through video and storytelling. The creativity, compassion and commitment to capturing the essence of how brave Emily was through her cancer journey is commendable. I am proud of their work and impact this video will have in raising awareness and support for pediatric cancer patients.”

Emily Prince was diagnosed in 2019 with Ewing sarcoma, a type of cancer that occurs in bones or in the soft tissue around the bones. She was treated by Laura Pirich, MD, a pediatric hemotologist/oncologist, at our Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders – the oldest and largest facility of its kind in Pirich said the center provides 24-hour care with “a team of nurses trained in administering chemotherapy, Child Life experts, a psychosocial team and an entire staff that cares significantly about our patients and their families and helping them get through what is a very, very tough journey.”

After having surgery to amputate her lower leg, Emily also worked with Bethany Borkoski, a pediatric physical therapist, who helped her learn to walk again.

“My care at Prisma Health was the best I could have imagined,” Emily said. “I had the greatest nurses and the best doctors!”

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Southeast Chapter is a professional association dedicated to excellence in visual media. The Regional Southeast EMMY® Chapter is one of 19 chapters throughout the United States identifying and celebrating television excellence at the local and regional level. The chapter represents television and multimedia professionals from all disciplines of the industry in South Carolina as well as Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Asheville, NC.

About Prisma Health
Prisma Health is a private nonprofit health company and the largest health care organization in South Carolina. The company has 29,750 team members, 18 acute and specialty hospitals, 2,827 beds, 300 outpatient sites, and more than 5,300 employed and independent clinicians across its clinically integrated inVio Health Network. Along with this innovative network, Prisma Health serves almost 1.5 million unique patients annually in its 21-county market area that covers 50% of South Carolina. Prisma Health’s goal is to improve the health of all South Carolinians by enhancing clinical quality, the patient experience and access to affordable care, as well as conducting clinical research and training the next generation of medical professionals. Learn more at