Gregory Carter, MD, MS, Chief Medical Officer at St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute, the largest free-standing rehabilitation hospital in the region, has been recognized by MEDEX Northwest for his exceptional teaching, mentoring and leadership.
Dr. Carter received the 2019 MEDEX Outstanding Preceptor Award, designed to honor those who demonstrate outstanding achievements in support of physician assistant education, at the MEDEX Alumni Reception & Awards Ceremony on Saturday, April 27. Dr. Carter has precepted an astonishing 121 MEDEX students since he joined St. Luke's as Chief Medical Officer in 2014 and has hired several graduates.
"Dr. Carter's passion for mentoring and teaching our future caregivers is to be commended," said Nancy Webster, Hospital Administrator and Chief Operating Officer at St. Luke's. "Rehabilitation is a team approach and Dr. Carter exemplifies the skills and dedication of working collaboratively."
is the is the second oldest physician assistant education program in the U.S, and the largest civilian program. MEDEX has 250 students across four campuses in Washington State and Alaska, including clinical year students.
About St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute:
With 10 outpatient locations in the greater Spokane region, St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute is the largest freestanding medical rehabilitation hospital in the inland northwest. The highly skilled and specialized staff provides outstanding treatment and rehabilitation of patients, specifically with strokes, spinal cord injuries, orthopedic issues, and traumatic brain injuries. St. Luke's utilizes technology and innovative solutions to provide holistic care, so their patients can thrive.
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