A CAFP Honor

Big shout out to 2016 Stanford Medicine graduate, Emily Lines, MD, for winning the 2024 Colorado Family Physician of the Year Award. As a student aspiring to a career in Family Medicine, Emily was selected for the Yang Chiao Wang Memorial Award in her final year of medical school. We celebrate Emily’s success and her amazing contributions in Family Medicine.

(Inset pic) Emily Lines, MD (right) receiving Wang award from Erika Schillinger, MD

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Primary Care Champion

Raymond Tsai, one of our PCPH graduates was honored by The Primary Care Collaborative. Raymond’s passion for improving America’s primary care system comes from the knowledge that a strong primary care base leads to a more robust overall health care system and his longstanding experience working with primary care.

(Inset pic) Raymond Tsai, MD

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2024 Stanford Medical Education Awards

David Chang, MD

Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation Award for Excellence in Preclinical Teaching

Walt Newman Award for Exceptional Community Service 

Benji Laniakea, MD, 

Award for Exceptional Contributions to Service Learning 

Tamara Montacute, MD, MPH

Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation Teaching Award for Outstanding and Innovative Contributions to Medical Education

Baldeep Singh, MD, 

The Alwin C Rambar-James BD Mark Award for Excellence in Patient Care


2024 Department of Medicine Division Teaching Awards

Takudzwa Shumba

Clinical Associate Professor, Family Medicine

Vinita Gidvani Shastri

Clinical Assistant Professor, Geriatrics, Population Health

2023 Outstanding Community Engaged Faculty Awards

Holly Tabor, PhD

Associate  Professor of Medicine (General Medical Disciplines)and, by  courtesy of  Epidemiology and Population Health

Tamara Montacute, MD, MPH

Clinical Associate Professor, Family Medicine

2023 PCPH Faculty of the Year - Education

Shireen Heidari, MD

Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health

2024 Patient and Family Engaged Medical Education Seed Grants

PCPH Faculty who have added a Patient/Family engaged component to a new or existing course

David Chang

Development of New Course: Child and Family Resilience in Homeless Shelters

Tamara Montacute

Gathering patient testimonials to enhance classroom procedural skill learning in FAMMED215


Lindsey Haddock

Expanding Patient Engagement in Practice of Medicine Geriatrics: Including Patients, Families, and Caregivers as a Curriculuar Advisory

Meg Tabaka

Building on Patient Engagement in Walk With Me Course


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