The College of Osteopathic Medicine at Rocky Vista University was recognized for two awards by the American Osteopathic Association July 30 in Chicago. The AOA recognized Rocky Vista as being a …
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The College of Osteopathic Medicine at Rocky Vista University was recognized for two awards by the American Osteopathic Association July 30 in Chicago.
The AOA recognized Rocky Vista as being a leader in the profession for raising visibility through brand awareness, research, access to care around the world and osteopathic medical education.
Clinton Adams is president and chief executive officer of Rocky Vista's College of Osteopathic Medicine and was given the AOA's highest honor, the Presidential Citation. Adams sits on the board for Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, offering input into the policies of medical residency programs in the country. He was recognized for his “exemplary career of military service, outstanding osteopathic medical education and advocacy on behalf of the profession,” according to a July 31 news release.
Rocky Vista's College of Osteopathic Medicine was honored with the Strategic Team Award and Recognition. The award “recognizes contributions made by state and specialty affiliates, osteopathic medical schools and non-practice affiliates in enhancing the osteopathic medicine culture,” according to the release.
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