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ACP presents Laureate Awards

From the July/August 1997 ACP Observer, copyright 1997 by the American College of Physicians.

The Laureate Award honors ACP Fellows and Masters who have demonstrated their commitment to excellence in medical care, education, research and service to their community, their region and the College.

Awardees are generally senior physicians and have been Fellows for at least 15 to 20 years, with a long history of excellence and peer approval in the specialty of internal medicine. Additionally, they should have served the College with distinction or in some clearly definable manner. Exceptional circumstances may modify these requirements.

ACP gave Laureate Awards to the following individuals this spring:

Alabama
J. Claude Bennett, MACP
John McDuffie McGehee, FACP

Southern California III
Kenneth M. Moser, FACP

Georgia
Benjamin B. Okel, FACP

Iowa
Gregory A. Hicklin, FACP
Charles M. Helms, FACP

New York Downstate
Paul A. Gitman, FACP
Margaret A. Hamburg, ACP Member
Eleanor Z. Wallace, MACP
Lila A. Wallis, MACP

North Dakota
Mack V. Traynor Jr., FACP

Pennsylvania
Frederick R. DeRubertis, FACP
James Joseph Houser, FACP
Elias Abrutyn, FACP
Robert E. Wright, FACP

Virginia
James N. Cooper, FACP
Russell D. Evett, FACP
Duncan S. Owen Jr., FACP

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