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Outstanding Resident in Ambulatory Pediatrics

This award was originally established in 1988 between the section of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine under the direction of Dr. Norman Ferrari, Section Chief.  The award winner is selected by the faculty of the section of General Pediatrics and the nursing staff in the Pediatric and Adolescent Group Practice to recognize the Outstanding Resident in Ambulatory Care.

Recipients:

  • 2015 - Bryce Harvey, MD
  • 2014 - Stephanie Sisler, MD
  • 2013 - Poornima Pandiyan, MD
  • 2012 - Mark Cody Smith, MD
  • 2011 - Mark Cody Smith, MD
  • 2010 - Mark Cody Smith, MD
  • 2009 - Melissa Alleman, MD
  • 2008 - Brian Ely, MD
  • 2007 - Kokab Darbandi, MD and Karen Breetz, MD
  • 2006 - Josh Dower, MD
  • 2005 - Sairah Chachad, MD and Aaron Provance, MD
  • 2004 - Amy Durall, MD and Lisa Wood, MD
  • 2003 - Jawad Syed Sher, MD
  • 2002 - Timothy Wratchford, MD and Brian Policano, MD
  • 2001 - Mary Jo Wendling, MD
  • 2000 - Kathy Omer, MD and Jennifer Pumphrey, MD
  • 1999 - Teresa Capriotti York, MD
  • 1998 - Cassandra Salgado, MD and Danielle Tran, MD
  • 1997 - Susan B. Smith, MD and Christopher Miller, MD
  • 1996 - Danielle Tran, MD
  • 1995 - Matthew T. Stedelin, MD
  • 1994 - Timothy Hoffman, MD
  • 1993 - Linda Nield, MD
  • 1992 - Linda Nield, MD
  • 1991 - Mary Ann Chiodo, MD
  • 1990 - Edward L. Sames, MD
  • 1989 - Judith T. Romano, MD
  • 1988 - Greg Townsend, MD