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The Chapter Centennial Legacy Award celebrates ACP's centennial
by recognizing one seminal chapter member whose service to the
chapter had a significant impact on the chapter's viability. This
individual should exemplify ACP's core values including:
Read about the state awardee and join us in congratulating
The Arkansas Chapter nominates Dr. Joseph Bates as the
Centennial Award recipient. Dr. Bates' first career was in
academics as a pulmonary disease specialist and chairman of the
department of medicine at the VA Hospital in Little Rock, AR. His
second career has been as the Deputy Director and Chief Science
Officer of the Arkansas Department of Health where he has served
since his retirement from teaching. Many improvements have been
made in Arkansas to the public health as a result of his efforts in
Dr. Bates authored many papers and is best known for his
sentinel achievement of proving that tuberculosis could be treated
outside of the hospital or sanitarium. This changed treatment of
this disease throughout the world.
As a teacher he has taught thousands of students. As a
researcher, he has saved many lives and affected the practice of
medicine all over the world. He is a Master of the College, a
former Governor of the Arkansas Chapter, a prior winner of our
chapter's Abernathy Laureate Award, winner of the Askepion Award
from the Arkansas Medical Society, and the winner of many other
honors throughout his distinguished career.
Dr. Bates' name is synonymous with the highest values of our
profession and he is richly deserving of this award.
More about the Chapter Centennial Legacy Award:Award Booklet - full listing of
winnersPress Release Template - for Chapter