These doctors were recognized by the AMA Foundation for providing free care to underserved communities and inspiring others to engage in public service.
Hurricane season devastated medical practices in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. A new fund offers a way to help restore access to patient care.
For providing free care to underserved communities and inspiring others to engage in public service, several physicians were honored by the AMA Foundation.
The post-residency training opportunity would give physicians valuable expertise to improve care for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender patients.
The AMA Foundation recognized 4 physicians for showing an extraordinary commitment to leadership, community service and care for those in need. Their areas of interest run the gamut from Ebola research to primary care.