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School of Medicine Alumni Association

All Alumni Dinner

Friday, Oct 25, 2019 | 06:30 pm - 09:00 pm

Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek
75 S W Temple, Salt Lake City, UT
Regular price

All Alumni Dinner

Recognizing Distinguished Awardees and the Class of 1969

Alumni of Class of 74 through 2014 Bundle with the Reunion Class Breakfast and the Social Hour and get $20 off per attendee!  (Class of 1969 as the 50th Anniversary Year are complementary)

All alumni are invited to a special celebration. Join fellow classmates and colleagues and meet others from different generations. The evening includes the recognition of the Distinguished Alumni Awards and the induction of the Class of 1969 into the Half Century Society.



Distinguished Alumni
Richard Price, MD ’60, FACS

For his leadership as an excellent surgeon, medical director and teacher. Also, for his work organizing a Trauma Service for Intermountain Healthcare at LDS Hospital and Primary Children’s Medical Center.  His involvement was instrumental in both hospitals being officially recognized as a Level 1 Trauma Service hospitals.


Distinguished Service 
Harry Hill, MD

For his years of work and leadership establishing a clinic for patients with immune deficiency disorders while also developing a diagnostic immunology laboratory at ARUP. For his contributions to research and education about immune deficiency disorders at the University of Utah School of Medicine and throughout the world.


Humanitarian Service
Jennifer Plumb, MD '00

For her work in establishing the Utah Naloxone program in Utah and educating law enforcement, first responders and the public on the disease of addiction and the use of naloxone to preserve lives of overdose victims. Her work has helped save hundreds of lives and lowered the death rate in Utah from opioid overdose.


The M. Paul Southwick Prize for Excellence in Clinical Medicine and Teaching
Karl Sanders, MD

For his exceptional talent as one of the top educators in The Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Sanders is revered by fellows, residents, and students for his lectures tying pathophysiology to clinical presentation of disease processes at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He takes complicated, abstract principles and makes them tangible and creates learning experiences from each and every patient encounter.


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