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BOG Practitioner of Excellence Award

About the BOG Practitioner Excellence Award


The Board of Governors (BOG) Practitioner Excellence Award recognizes the prototypical clinical otolaryngologist one wishes to emulate. BOG Representatives nominate individuals who, within the past 10 years, have practiced medicine in an exemplary manner and are sought out by other physicians because of their personal and effective care. The nominee should have, in addition to his or her clinical skills, one or more of the following attributes:

  • Civic leadership
  • Charitable activity
  • Leadership involvement with state, local or national medical organizations
  • Community education
  • Local civic and/or community activities
  • Academy member in good standing

The 2024 nomination process will be open January 4 鈥 March 8. Submit your nomination聽.


BOG Practitioner of Excellence Award


David R. Edelstein, MD, went to Princeton University, the Chobanian and Avedesian School of Medicine at Boston University (BUSM) and completed his residency at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York.聽 He has been the Director of Otolaryngology at the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital (MEETH) a part of Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital for over 25 years.聽 He is a Clinical Professor at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He has published on many topics including aging of the nose, CT guided sinus surgery, the use of antibiotics, nasal physiology and was editor of 鈥淩evision Surgery in Otolaryngology.鈥 He has been President of the New York Laryngological Society and the New York Otological Society.

At the 一分六合彩, he has served on over a dozen committees and task forces including the executive committee and board of the Academy and as Chair of the Board of Governors.聽 He founded Project 535 and sits on the Board of ENTPAC.

He has won many awards including the Distinguished Service Award and Hal Foster Medal from the 一分六合彩, the Distinguished Service Award from the Physician Attending Association of Northwell/Lenox Hill Hospital, the Chairman鈥檚 Teaching Award in the MEETH Otolaryngology Department, the Distinguished Alumni Award from BUSM and the Distinguished Service Award from the Manhattan League of the Helen Keller Society. He has been on the list of Best Doctors in America and Best Otolaryngologists in New York Magazine for over 20 years.

He is married with three children and two grandchildren and is still in active medical practice.

Previous Recipients:


 

2022: G. Lee Bryant, Jr., MD

2021: Richard V. Smith, MD

2020: Kathleen C Y Sie, MD

2019: Mark S. Persky, MD

2018: Mark E. Zafereo, Jr., MD

2017: Wendy B. Stern, MD

2016: Eiji Yanagisawa, MD

2015: Robert J. Stachler, MD

2014: Joseph A. Brennan, MD

2013: Michael Setzen, MD

2012: No award given

2011: Marcy Bothwell, MD

2010: Sanjay K. Gupta, MD

2009: James L. Netterville, MD

2008: No award given

2007: No award given

2006: No award given

2005: Rick G. Love, MD

2004: Michael D. Seidman, MD

2003: Helen F. Krause, MD

2002: David W. Kennedy, MD

2001: M. Coye Shea, Jr., MD

2000: Neil O. Ward, MD

1999: Howard P. House, MD

1998: Jack L. Pulec, MD

1997: Fred D. Owens, MD

1996: John M. Conoyer, MD

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