Doctors of BC 2022 Awards
Each year, Doctors of BC congratulates the many contributions of physicians, residents, and medical students around British Columbia through the Doctors of BC Awards. Three awards are also given to members of the public, either individually are as part of an organization, who are working to improve the health and safety of British Columbians.
The 2022 recipients are:
Dr Don Rix Award for Physician Leadership: Dr Faisal Khosa
Dr David M Bachop Gold Medal for Distinguished Medical Service: Dr Shannon McDonald
Dr David M Bachop Silver Medal: Dr Alysson Hamilton
Doctors of BC Silver Medal of Service:
Dr Ken Burns
Dr Hyman Fox
Dr Ian Gillespie
Excellence in Health Promotion Awards:
Individual—Ms Camille Currie
BC-Based Non-Profit—The Colour Project
BC-Based Organization—Child and Youth Mental Health Community of Practice
Student Changemaker: Mr Ishmam Bhuiyan
Resident Changemaker: Dr Kimberley Chang
BCMJ J.H. MacDermot Prize for Excellence in Medical Journalism:
Independent: Mr Alessandro Cau
Mentored: Ms Raheesa Jina
Doctors of BC Presidential Scholars Award in Medicine
Ms Emily Lam
CMA Honourary Membership
Dr Jeff Beckman
Dr Nasir Jetha
Dr Bakul Dalal
Dr Edward Kroll
Award winners were recognized at the annual awards celebration on 28 January 2023 held at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel. For more information about all 2022 award recipients, visit www.doctorsofbc.ca/news/recognizing-our-doctors-bcs-2022-award-recipients.
To download a PDF version of the awards booklet listing all 2022 recipients, click on the image below.
If you know an individual or group whose work is deserving of an award, consider nominating them for the 2023 Doctors of BC Awards. Learn more and access the nomination forms and criteria on the Doctors of BC awards page.
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