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Philip H. Gilbert Young Physician Leadership Award Nominations

Philip H. Gilbert served as the Executive Vice President of the DCMS from 1984 until his death in 2004.  During those two decades, he mentored many physicians in the art of leadership. Mr. Gilbert had a special talent for recognizing and developing leadership among young physicians.  The Philip H. Gilbert Young Physician Leadership Award was created to honor the memory and service of a good and talented man by recognizing Young Physicians with leadership traits that Mr. Gilbert would have admired.  All nominees must be a  "Young Physician"  DCMS member and active in civic service and organized medicine.

To qualify, a nominee must be under 40 years of age or within the first eight years of professional practice after residency and fellowship training.