Medical Student of the Year
Excellence in scholarship, interest in internal medicine and outstanding leadership in medical student activities.
|2023||Donya Derakshani, Mayo Clinic|
|2023||Claire Faulkner, UACOM-Phoenix|
Resident/Fellow of the Year
Demonstrating professionalism within the residency program, the ACP community and the medical profession.
|2023||Ahsan Kamal, MD, UACOM-Phoenix|
Early Career Physician of the Year
Outstanding achievement in the areas of leadership, academics, teaching and mentoring and/or volunteerism.
|2023||Jennifer Nelson, DO|
Educator of the Year
Exhibited exceptional skill and dedication in undergraduate medical education, graduate medical education or continuing medical education.
|2023||Gerard Chamberlin, MD, MPH|
Internal Physician of the Year
For an exemplary record in patient care and dedication to the practice of Internal Medicine.
|2023||Pedro Rodriguez, MD, FACP|
Hospitalist of the Year
For significant contributions in the field of Hospital Medicine in the areas of critical care, patient safety, quality improvement and leadership.
|2023||Vijay Hari Chandiramani, MD, FACP|
Volunteerism/Community Service Award
Willingly and freely provides their time and medical services to their communities that are not required for the completion of teaching, training or position requirement.
|2023||Syamala Darira, MD|
Women in Medicine
In recognition of an individual who has furthered the careers of women medical students, residents and/or physicians through mentoring and leadership development for women's career development.
|2023||Pooja Bhardwaja, MD, FACP|
Leader of the Year
For creatively and courageously inspiring and directing colleagues to a more enriched professional life while demonstrating outstanding dedication tp the practice of Internal Medicine.
|2023||Cheryl O'Malley, MD, MACP|
Morton Fuchs Community-based Education Memorial
Presented to an ACP AZ Chapter member physician working outside of the large Arizona metropolitan areas who strives to establish working and learning partnerships among rural physicians, rural communities and students.
|2023||Eladio Pereira, MD, MACP|