The Cleveland Clinic Young Clinician of the Year Award will be presented to a physician under the age of 40 who has greatly impacted the lives of his or her patients in the Middle East. Physicians nominated by an institution or peer must meet the following award criteria: evidence of acumen and leadership; dedication to excellence in quality of patient care; demonstration of empathy and compassion in all aspects of patient care; commitment to continuing medical education and engagement in research.
“Cleveland Clinic is proud to have the opportunity to support the Arab Health Awards, and the first ever Cleveland Clinic Young Clinician of the Year Award,” said Dr Bill Ruschhaupt, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic Global Health Center and chair of the Young Clinician Award judging panel. “The early decisions that a physician makes will greatly impact how they deliver patient care, and this award applauds them for their commitment to continued growth.”
The recipient of the Cleveland Clinic Young Clinician of the Year Award will spend a week observing the various clinical operations at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus in the U.S. Cleveland Clinic will host the physician to showcase its model of healthcare and commitment to the patient.
The AHIA Awards, held annually by Arab Health, recognize the outstanding achievements of individuals, hospitals, departments, teams or organizations that have contributed to the growth and development of the Arab Health industry. Considered the Arab world’s premier healthcare event, the AHIA Awards are held by the Life Sciences Division of IIR Middle East, a subsidiary of Informa Group.
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