The Arnold P. Gold Foundation is dedicated to 'Keeping Healthcare Human.' Humanism in healthcare is defined by one's compassion, collaborative spirit, and scientifically excellent care. The organization started the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) in 2002, which has grown to include more than 35,000 medical students, physicians, and other leaders in 160 chapters housed at medical schools and residency programs across the nation.

Chief Surgery Residents, Drs. Alexa Robbins and Steven Qi were each selected to receive a 2023 Gold Humanism Award in recognition of their exceptional teaching skills and commitment to the compassionate treatment of patients and families, students and colleagues. 

The award is granted to six resident physicians. Drs. Robbins and Qi were selected from over 270 nominations. 

The awardees will be formally honored during a March event. 

Congratulations, Drs. Alexa Robbins and Steven Qi!