COPIC HUMANITARIAN AWARD
The COPIC Humanitarian Award is presented each year to honor a physician for volunteer medical services and contributions to the community. The award seeks to recognize physicians who volunteer outside the spectrum of their day-to-day lives.
The recipient of the award designates a $10,000 donation from COPIC to be provided to a health care-related 501(c)(3) organization within their respective state. If you know a worthy candidate, please nominate him or her for this award. Learn more about the COPIC Humanitarian Award here.
Dr. James Miles: 2021 COPIC Humanitarian Award Recipient
Dr. James Miles
The 2022 COPIC Humanitarian Award is awarded to Dr. James Miles.
Dr. Miles was nominated by Make a Wish North Dakota. Dr. James Miles has made an indelible mark on children across North Dakota, not only through his work as one of only two board certified, fellowship trained pediatric neurologists in the state, but also through his volunteer work, which has focused on supporting children with critical or life-threatening illnesses.
Dr. Dennis Wolf: 2020 COPIC Humanitarian Award Recipient
Dr. Dennis Wolf
The 2020 COPIC Humanitarian Award is presented to Dr. Dennis Wolf.
Nominated by Dr. Kamille Sherman, she has this to say about Dr. Wolf: Dr. Wolf has dedicated his life to the practice of medicine in rural North Dakota for nearly 60 years, during which time he has demonstrated unceasing commitment to medicine and his community.
Dr. Aaland: 2019 COPIC Humanitarian Award Recipient
Dr. Mary Aaland was the 2019 COPIC Humanitarian Recipient and was presented the award during the NDMA 2019 Annual Meeting.
Her dedication to training communities on how to STOP THE BLEED led to a $10,000 grant to assist smaller communities in being able to benefit from this program designed to save lives when seconds matter.
"I am pleased to report, that two very talented high school students developed a project as part of their engagement in the Future Business Leaders of American to teach all high school students the course STOP THE BLEED." Dr. Aaland
The funds allowed the program to purchase over 200 kits (each kit costs $69) and 215 students completed the training program.
STOP THE BLEED classes were taught to all Emmons County High School Students: Linton, Strasburg and Hazelton; 7th and 8th grades were added in Linton and Hazelton schools.