2016 Gold Humanism Honor Society Inductees

The Department of Radiation Oncology is pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Anamaria Yeung, MD, was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) on May 5, 2016. Dr. Yeung is 1 of only 3 faculty members from the University of Florida (UF) that have been selected by the UF Resident Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society for 2016. Also inducted into the GHHS were Radiation Oncology residents Kathryn Hitchcock, MD, PhD, and Sommer Nurkic, MD. Drs. Hitchcock and Nurkic are 2 of only 13 resident/fellow members from UF that have been selected by the UF Resident Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society for 2016.

The mission of the GHHS is to recognize GHHS honors medical students, residents, fellows, role-model physician teachers and others who demonstrate excellence in humanistic clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service. The power of the society lies in bringing together like-minded individuals to sustain their own humanism and to inspire and nurture humanism in others. This membership is a national honor and now allows indication of involvement on par with Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. To learn more about this society, click here.

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