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Minnesota Chapter Receives 2017 Chapter Excellence Award
The award recognizes chapters which successfully meet the standards for managing a chapter. In order to achieve the Chapter Excellence Award, chapters must meet all basic criteria and ten optional criteria. Criteria include such activities as formulating an effective Governor's Council and committees, communicating frequently with membership, providing educational opportunities, recruiting and advancing members and celebrating membership through local awards.
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Chapter Award Winners
David Hilden, MD, MPH, FACP:
The American College of Physicians- Minnesota Chapter (MN-ACP) presented the 2017 Laureate award to David Hilden, MD, MPH, FACP, at its annual scientific session in Minneapolis on October 27, 2017. Dr. Hilden is an internal medicine physician at Hennepin County Medical Center.
LaPrincess C. Brewer, MD, MPH, FACC:
The American College of Physicians- Minnesota Chapter (MN-ACP) presented the 2017 Community Service award to LaPrincess Brewer, MD, MPH, FACC from the Mayo Clinic. Dr. LaPrincess Brewer has volunteered with and is a co-founder of the highly successful program, FAITH! (Fostering African-American Improvement in Total Health). This organization has made a substantial impact by improving the cardiovascular health of African-Americans throughout the Rochester and Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota areas. She has distinguished herself with successful initiatives to address health disparities in underserved communities. She is being honored for her community health community service to reduce cardiovascular disease risk.
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