Public Health Award

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Past recipients

2004 — Eduardo Sanchez, MD
2005 — Olga Duchicela, MD
2006 — Thomas Gavagan, MD
2007 — Janet Realini, MD
2008 — Juan Campos, MD
2009 — Tamra K. Deuser, MD
2010 — James A. Mobley, MD
2011 — Philip Huang, MD
2012 — David Buck, MD, MPH
2013 — Nora Gimpel, MD
2014 — Lisa Glenn, MD
2015 — Brian Smith, MD, MPH
2016 — Harlan Mark Guidry, MD
2017 — Scott Lillibridge, MD
2018 — Carlos Roberto Jaén, MD
2019 — Cynthia Brinson, MD
2020 — Tom Banning
2021 — Ronald Tyler, Jr., DVM, MS

Public Health Award

TAFP created the TAFP Public Health Award in 2004 modeled after the AAFP Public Health Award to honor work in Texas.

Nominees may be physicians working in public health or going beyond their patient community to have an impact on public health, or non-physicians who have an extraordinary impact on the public health of America (city, county, state, or nation). Judging criteria will include but will not be limited to: Body of work (projects/programs), training, experience, letters of support, content of written narratives, and CV. Nominations must come from a TAFP member.

Nomination requirements

  • Complete the nomination form, available early 2023
  • Submit a typed copy of a current curriculum vitae limited to five pages
  • Submit a written narrative describing the nominee’s public health activity and impact
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from the nominator
  • Submit a current head-and-shoulders photo of the candidate

Submit CV, photo, and supporting documentation by emailing them to Samantha White at Questions should be addressed to Samantha White by email or phone at (512) 329-8666 ext 116.

The 2022 awards will be presented at the TAFP Annual Session and Primary Care Summit in Grapevine October 28 – 30.

Nominations for the 2023 awards will open in early 2023.