The AOMA Awards recognize outstanding service and contributions to the osteopathic medical profession in Arizona. Only AOMA members can submit an AOMA Award nomination form. The AOMA Awards will be presented at the AOMA Annual Convention. Awards may be submitted online or download the nomination form.
Congratulations to the 2017 AOMA Award Honorees:
Distinguished Service Award - Sharon L. Daggett
Student Distinguished Service Award AZCOM - Dennis Malixi Datuin, MBS, OMS II
Student Distinguished Service Award SOMA - Breanne Hirshman, OMS IV
Student Distinguished Service Award SOMA - Brenda Pecotte de Gonzalez, MPH, MA, OMS IV
Humanitarian Award - Howard Limmer, DO
Volunteer of the Year Award - Julie Morrison, DO
Outstanding Mentor - Katherine A. Mitzel, DO, FACEP
Excellence in Osteopathic Medical Education - Anthony M. Willl, DO, FACOFP
President's Award - Danielle Barney-Trapp, DO
Physician of the Year - William H. Devine, DO
Lifetime Achievement Award - F. Timm McCarty III, DO
PHYSICIAN OF THE YEAR AWARD
Honors a compassionate and outstanding
physician who is a leader in his/her community and humanitarian
programs, and professional association.
EXCELLENCE IN OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EDUCATION AWARD
Honors a physician or non-physician
who has contributed significantly to the advancement of osteopathic
medical education in Arizona.
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
Honors a non-physician who has significantly contributed to improving the community and promoting osteopathic medicine.
Honors a socially responsible AOMA member who has donated his/her time and/or efforts to improve mankind.
Honors an AOMA member who has
contributed significantly to the AOMA via the Board of Trustees, House
of Delegates and/or Committees.
VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Honors those who have volunteered their time and provided significant contributions and services to the community and/or the Association.
OUTSTANDING MENTOR AWARD
Honors a physician who has volunteered
his or her time to students or physicians as a mentor and is known as
"one who makes a difference” in that person’s life.
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Presented to long-time members who have advanced the osteopathic profession n Arizona with unwavering commitment to quality patient care.
STUDENT DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD
Honors students currently enrolled in
A.T. Still University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine Arizona, Arizona
Campus - Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and Midwestern’s
Arizona School of Osteopathic Medicine who have provided significant
contributions and service to the school and AOMA.
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Past Recipients - Download list