Suggest a physician as a Top Hospitalist
ACP Hospitalist is seeking candidates for its second annual Top Hospitalists issue. Physicians selected as Top Hospitalists will be those who made notable contributions to the field in 2009, whether through cost savings, improved work flow, patient safety, leadership, mentorship or quality improvement.
If you know a hospitalist who's extraordinary, ACP Hospitalist would like to hear about it. Submit your suggestions by filling out the form below. Information must be provided for at least two categories. All recommendations must be received by July 20, 2009, when the ACP Hospitalist editorial advisory board will select 10 outstanding nominees to be profiled as Top Hospitalists in our November 2009 issue.
Note: ACP Hospitalist’s Top Hospitalist issue is not part of the ACP National Awards Program. Self-nomination is not permitted. Candidates need not be ACP members. The selection process is not scientific. Editorial board members are solely responsible for determining those profiled in the Top Hospitalists issue.
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