Evan Kemp, MD, pediatric hospitalist, was recently honored with the class of 2018 Clinical Science Teaching Award from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
"The opportunity to be involved in medical school education is one of the many reasons why I joined Gundersen Health System," Dr. Kemp says. "Teaching is a challenge that always provides motivation to improve my own medical skills and knowledge while preparing students for their own careers."
"This honor is a testament to Dr. Kemp’s outstanding teaching skills, dedication to teaching, and the ability to engage students," says Greg Thompson, MD, Gundersen Health System chief medical officer and director of Gundersen Medical Foundation Medical Education.
Dr. Kemp has been caring for patients at Gundersen since 2014 and has been has been teaching UW medical students for four years.
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