Rob Delf Honorarium

Requesting Nominations for the Rob Delf Honorary Award

The Board of Trustees of Medical Society of Metropolitan Portland has created an annual award in honor of the long service of Rob Delf to the organization.  This award is to be given to a person or persons who exemplify the ideals of the Medical Society within the community where members practice.  This can be demonstrated by work projects or activities that improve the health of the community or the practice of medicine in arenas including, but not limited to the practice of medicine; education of new members of the medical community; education of the public about health, medicine and health public policy; improving public health and emergency preparedness; advocacy in health public policy; or other community activities relating to the healthcare and policy.  This award may be given to members of the medical community, the health education community or the general public.

The Board of Trustees is interested in receiving nominations for this award to be made at our Annual Meeting in May.  

Previous Rob Delf Honorarium Awards

  • 2013:  James Lindquist, Associate Director of Development of Our House.  Awarded $1,000 in recognition for exemplifying the ideals of MSMP by improving health education within the community.

  • 2014:  Stephen Marc Beaudoin, Executive Director of PHAME.  Awarded $1,000 in recognition for education of the public about health and advocacy in health public policy.

  • 2015:  Jim Reuler, MD, Founder of Wallace Medical Concern.  Awarded $1,000 in recognition of outstanding efforts in community activities relating to healthcare.  Dr. Reuler graciously donated his award to the Black United Fund of Oregon, an organization whose mission is to "assist in the social and economic development of Oregon's low-income communities and to contribute to a broader understanding of ethnic and culturally diverse groups".

  • 2016:  Robert Wells, MD.  Awarded $1,000 in recognition of improving the health of the community and practice of medicine.  Dr. Wrlls graciously donated his award to the Kizimani, an organization whose mission is "To work alongside indigenous groups to build strong communities through education, creating economic opportunities and community development."

  • 2017:  Nargess Shadbeh, JD, Director of the Farmworker Program at the Oregon Law Center.  Awarded $1,000 in recognition for her exemplary contributions to improve the health of the community and the practice of medicine.

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