Columbus – Mount Carmel Health System is proud to announce that Charles E. Sanders, Jr., MD, FACP, Vice President, Medical Education & Research at Mount Carmel, has been named the Father Basil Anthony Moreau Executive Diversity and Inclusion Champion of the Year by CHE Trinity Health. The award is part of CHE Trinity Health’s 2014 CEO Diversity Champion Awards.
“I am extremely humbled to have received this award," said Dr. Sanders. "It represents many issues about which I am passionate. I believe it’s important to create an inclusive atmosphere in medical education.”
In his nomination, Richard Streck, MD, MBA, Executive Vice President, Chief Clinical Operations Officer for Mount Carmel, focused on Dr. Sanders’ commitment to increase the overall quality of Mount Carmel’s medical residency program, while maintaining the diversity of the residents.
He also recognized Dr. Sanders’ mentorship and collaboration efforts across many different platforms.
“Dr. Sanders has provided tremendous leadership at Mount Carmel,” said Dr. Streck. “His commitment to diversity and inclusion strengthens our programs and empowers future leaders in the medical field.”
According to CHE Trinity Health, the Father Basil Anthony Moreau Executive Diversity and Inclusion Champion of the Year award recognizes an individual who demonstrates a commitment and forethought in developing unique and creative programs and resources for inclusion of all their colleagues and patients.
Dr. Sanders accepted the award during a ceremony on April 29 at CHE Trinity Health’s headquarters in Linovia, Michigan.