Dan Runde awarded 2017 Mobile Clinic Faculty of the Year Award

Dr. Daniel Runde was awarded the 2017 Mobile Clinic Faculty of the Year Award for his volunteer efforts with Mobile Clinic over the past academic year. This is the highest honor that we award to our faculty volunteers.
Dr. Runde volunteered at 7 mobile clinics in 2017 and logged a total of 19.5 volunteer hours. Through both acting as a faculty adviser and providing quality healthcare services to underserved populations in and around Iowa City as a faculty volunteer, Dr. Runde's high level of dedication to the Mobile Clinic and its mission are evident. This physician's volunteer efforts helped us to provide care to many of the 429 patients that sought out healthcare services at our 2017 mobile clinics. His professionalism, kindness, and devotion to the patients that he sees demonstrate what a class-act physician and human that he is. This physician selflessly spent many of his weekends and week nights volunteering at mobile clinics. He even went out of his way at these clinics to educate medical and undergraduate student volunteers that got the opportunity to work with him, preparing them for the wards and future careers in patient care.

Kudos also go out to Chris Buresh, Nick Mohr, Nathaniel Shekem and Emilie Fowlkes!

Tuesday, January 2, 2018