twitter Tweet

Professional Staff gives outstanding contribution awards

Seven awards for outstanding contributions were given during the June 27 Professional Staff annual meeting. Congratulations to the following clinicians and care teams:

  • Miles Ellenby, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
    Outstanding contribution to innovation in new models of clinical care
  • Martin Schreiber, MD, Professor, Department of Surgery
    Outstanding contribution to development of interdisciplinary teams
  • Brett Sheppard, MD, Professor, Department of Surgery; Chair, Professional Board
    Outstanding contribution in clinical care quality
  • Palliative Care Team
    Outstanding contribution to professionalism
  • Matt Slater, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery
    Outstanding contribution to systems based clinical care
  • Eric Orwoll, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine; Director, Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute
    Outstanding contribution to missions of education and research in the clinical setting
  • Tom Yackel, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology
    Outstanding contribution to improving the culture of service excellence

Sheppard_Bascom_Smith_Richardson_Guthrie-300x162During the meeting, the Professional Staff also approved a number of committee reports and heard executive summaries of the Informatics Executive Council; Quality Executive Council; Safety Executive Council; and Professional Staff Assistance Committee. Information was presented on the nomination of at-large Professional Board members, and Chief Medical Officer Chuck Kilo presented the five-year vision for quality.

Pictured: Dr. Sheppard and Palliative Care Team: Paul Bascom, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine; Mary Denise Smith, RN, CNS, Clinical Nurse Specialist; Amy Guthrie, RN, CNS, MSN, Palliative Care Nurse; Robert Hugo Richardson, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

Previous Story Partnership for Scientific Enquiry students recognized at 2011 Intel fair Next Story OHSU Diversity Story Wall unveiled: “Healing, teaching and discovery coming together for all people.”