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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
Dr. Charles S. Bryan, MACP, FRCP, arrived in Columbia, S.C., in
1974 to begin his career as the only infectious disease specialist
in Columbia at Richland County Hospital and ultimately served as
Chair of the Infectious Disease Department at USC as well as Chair
of the Department of Medicine. As a leader in modern infection
control and hospital epidemiology, he published a landmark article
in the Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association on the
over-prescribing of antibiotics. Over the past 40 years, Dr. Bryan
intertwined his interests in Oslerian bedside diagnosis, medical
humanities, and analysis of antimicrobial use. Due to his working
groups and constructs, the stage was set for infection control
programs culminating in implementation of modern technology, and
interprofessional cooperation and collaboration to manage and
reduce hospital-associated infections. Dr. Bryan has been
recognized with many auspicious awards including the Lifetime
Achievement Award from the American Osler Society and the
prestigious Order of the Palmetto Award in 2013. The USC Department
of Medicine created the Charles S. Bryan Scholar Award to recognize
an outstanding internal medicine resident yearly.
More about the Chapter Centennial Legacy Award:Award Booklet - full listing of
winnersPress Release Template - for Chapter