The Distinguished Humanitarian Award recognizes individuals, both alumni and non-alumni, or and organization, that has made outstanding contributions to the health and welfare of our communities, locally or globally.
- Outstanding Commitment to the Health of the Community
- Service to Underserved Populations or in Challenging Situations
- Community Service
Jennifer Plumb, MD ’00
For her work in establishing the Utah Naloxone program and educating law enforcement, first responders, and the public on the disease of addiction and a life-saving medication. Her work has helped save thousands of lives and lowered the death rate in Utah from opioid overdoses.
|2018||Paul Doxey, MD|
|2017||Geoffrey Tabin, MD|
|2016||Scott Leckman, MD'83|
|2015||Catherine R. DeVries, MD|
|2014||Alan Ainsworth, PhD., & Cristina Gallop, MD - Fourth Street Clinic|
|2013||Karen W. Buchi, MD'84|
|2012||Thomas D. Rees, MD'48 & Mansoor Emam, MD'90|