Halford Award for Leadership in Humane Education
Presented to Gerard Jebaily, MD
The Halford Award is presented to a Family Medicine residency training program faculty member in recognition of outstanding leadership in providing humane education. The award is named for Dr. James Halford, who was the founding director of the AnMed Health Family Medicine Residency Program. Award winners demonstrate a caring attitude and respect for patients, residents and students; value human dignity; demonstrate a passion and joy for teaching, learning and working with others and participating in community service activities.
Ramage Award for Leadership in Humane Education
Presented to H. Gratin Smith, MD
Robert Tiller, MD, Program Director at Self Regional Family Medicine Residency Program, presented the ninth Annual Raymond C. Ramage, MD Award for Leadership in Humane Education to H. Gratin Smith, MD, during the graduation of Self Regional’s family medicine residents. Dr. Smith served as pediatric faculty at the Greenwood Family Medicine Residency since 1989. He retired in the summer of 2013; however, his influence on several generations of family physicians and on pediatric medical care cannot be overstated. Dr. Smith is truly an outstanding physician and educator who exemplifies the wonderful characteristics of the Ramage Award: a passion for teaching, the highest respect for human dignity, community service and a truly caring attitude towards all patients.
The Ramage Award was established by South Carolina AHEC to recognize a deserving faculty member in a specialty other than family medicine. The award is based on a similar award, The Halford Award, which recognizes leadership in humanism in family medicine. Dr. Raymond Ramage was an integral part of the formation of the South Carolina Consortium of Community Teaching Hospitals in 1970 and was a “founding father” of the South Carolina AHEC in 1972.
South Carolina AHEC Excellence in Family Medicine Education Award Presented to
Carol Adams, PhD
This award was established to honor a non-physician teacher for excellence in resident education, with demonstrated skills in teaching, curriculum development, mentoring, research, and leadership in education.
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