Dr. Isenberg is a marathon runner and founded Medals4Mettle (www.medals4mettle.org) in 2005, a 501c3 non-profit organization that awards endurance athletes' finishers medals to struggling patients (mostly children) and others who demonstrate mettle, or courage, as they struggle through life's challenging marathon. His efforts have resulted in awarding more than 25,000 medals worldwide in over 100 hospitals. Dr. Isenberg's commitment in service to others in the United States is outstanding and& the AAO-HNSF is proud to have him as the recipient of the 2013 Jerome C. Goldstein MD Public Service Award.
The Jerome C. Goldstein, MD, Public Service Award recognizes members for commitment and achievement in service, either to the public or to other organizations, when such service promises to improve patient welfare. The awardee is honored during the annual meeting Opening Ceremony.
*Please submit completed nominee forms by January 30, 2014*Goldstein Public Service Award Nomination Form (Word Document)
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