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UCAOA recognizes and presents awards to its laureates for their significant achievements to the association or in the field of urgent care. Award candidates are nominated by members and non-members and selected via UCAOA Awards Committee recommendations to the Board of Directors.

Buy your ticket or a table for the Foundation Celebration 2017: Pillars of Our Communities, benefiting the Urgent Care Foundation. This dinner and awards presentation will take place Tuesday, May 2 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD.


Outstanding Achievement Award

Recognizes significant clinical, managerial and/or administrative achievements in the field of urgent care medicine that have had an impact on the industry. Nominees may be an individual, an organization, or a company and must be a member of UCAOA.

Recipients:

  • 2007: Lee Resnick, MD
  • 2010: Members of the UCAOA Certification Committee
  • 2011: The Braveheart Group (publishers, Journal of Urgent Care Medicine)
  • 2013: J. Dale Key
  • 2014: Robert G. Graw, Jr., MD
  • 2016: Peter Lamelas, MD, MBA, FACEP
  • 2017: Bruce Irwin, MD

Lifetime Membership Award

Significant contributions of an individual to UCAOA are recognized with awarding of lifetime membership. The awardee will be granted complimentary lifetime membership in UCAOA as well as complimentary registration to the UCAOA Urgent Care Convention & Expo the year he or she receives the award.

Recipients: 

  • 2007: Bill Meadows, MD, original UCAOA president and founding board member
  • 2008: David Stern, MD, founding board member
  • 2009: John Koehler, MD, founding board member
  • 2010: Lee Resnick, MD, past president and founding board member
  • 2011: J. Dale Key, past vice president
  • 2013: Lou Ellen Horwitz, first UCAOA executive director
  • 2014: Marge Simat, founding board member
  • 2015: Cindi Lang, RN, MS, significant contributions to the association

Advocacy Award

Awarded to an Individual, organization, or company for legislative or regulatory advocacy for urgent care on a state or national level. Nominees do not have to be members of UCAOA.

Recipients:

  • 2014: The Northeast Regional Urgent Care Association (NERUCA)
  • 2015: Radwan Hallaba, MD
  • 2016: Nathan Newman, MD, FAAFP

Humanitarian Award

Awarded for significant medical volunteer work by an individual, organization, or exhibitor that has had a positive impact on a national or international cause or event. Nominees must be members of UCAOA.

Recipients:

  • 2015: DocuTAP
  • 2016: Sisters of Mercy Urgent Care
  • 2017: John Koehler, MD 

Community Service Award

Awarded for significant volunteer contribution by an individual, organization, or exhibitor that has had a positive impact on the health of that nominee’s community. Nominees must be members of UCAOA.

Recipients:

  • 2015: Anthony Euser, DO
  • 2016: Max Lebow, MD, MPH, MBA, FACEP, FACPM
  • 2017: Lake After Hours/Lake Urgent Care

Quality and Safety Award (new in 2017)

Recognizes an individual, organization or exhibitor for significant efforts that focus on improved quality and safety in the field of urgent care medicine.

Recipient:

  • 2017: The Antibiotic Resistance Action Center (ARAC) at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University

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