Clinical Excellence Awards

The BUMG Clinical Excellence Awards annually honor members who have made exceptional contributions to our clinical mission and who have exemplified our core values through outstanding clinical work. Recipients will become members of the BUMG Clinical Excellence Society.

2019 Award Recipients         2018 Award Recipients             2017 Award Recipients


Award Categories:

Awards will be given to honor accomplishments in the four categories listed below.

Advanced Practice Provider Excellence Award

Given to an Advanced Practice Provider (APP) who demonstrates excellence in collaboration and has made noteworthy contributions to promote patient wellness.

New Faculty Excellence Award

Given to a new clinician who demonstrates clinical excellence and has made exceptional contributions to the clinical mission of the organization during his/her first three years of service. 

Excellence in Care Award

Given to an early or mid-career clinician who demonstrates clinical excellence and is an exceptional role model for applying the BUMG core values in his/her clinical work. 

Excellence in Leadership Award

Given to a clinician who demonstrates exceptional clinical leadership, embodies the BUMG core values, and has made noteworthy contributions to enhancing clinical infrastructure and/or supporting excellence in patient care. 

Nomination(s):

  • Nominations for 2019 are now closed.
  • There are no restrictions on who may submit a nomination.

Selection Process:

  • Selection Committee will contact references provided for additional support and may contact nominee’s Chair or Section Chief to confirm his/her support.
  • Selection Committee will convene in early summer to select recipients.
  • Selection Committee reserves the right not to select a recipient or to select multiple recipients.
  • Award recipients will be notified in advance and recognized at the BUMG Awards ceremony in the fall.
  • Recipients will become members of the BUMG Clinical Excellence Society. Continued membership in the Society is contingent upon remaining in good standing as a clinician.