AMA Achievement Awards

Ms. Brenda Reynolds, 2019 recipient of the AMA Medal of Honor

The Alberta Medical Association Board of Directors created the Achievement Awards in 1992 to honor physicians (Medal for Distinguished Service) and non-physicians (Medal of Honor) for their hard work in contributing to quality health care in Alberta.

Read about past recipients.

You or your organization may nominate someone who is working hard to provide quality health care in our province.

Awards

Eligibility

Medal for Distinguished Service

Physician (may or may not be an AMA member) who has made an outstanding personal contribution to the medical profession and to the people of Alberta that has:

  • Contributed to the art and science of medicine.
  • Raised the standards of medical practice.  
  • Download the nomination form for Medal for Distinguished Service. The deadline for nominations is April 30.

Medal of Honor

Non-physician who has made an outstanding personal contribution to the people of Alberta by:

  • Contributing to the advancement of medical research, medical education, health care organization, health education and/or health promotion to the public.
  • Raising the standards of health care in Alberta. 
  • Download the nomination form for Medal of Honor. The deadline for nominations is April 30.

For more information, contact:

Debbie Kuss
Administrative Assistant
Public Affairs, Alberta Medical Association
T 780.482.2626 ext. 3782
TF 1.800.272.9680 ext. 3782
Email debbie.kuss@albertadoctors.org

Achievement Awards Updates

2019 AMA Achievement Award recipients

2018 AMA Achievement Award recipients

2017 AMA Achievement Award recipients

2016 AMA Achievement Award recipients

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