2010 PCP MORIM Geraldine Zamora wins a TOWNS Award

Dr. Geraldine Zamora received the 2019 The Outstanding Women in Nation’s Service (TOWNS) Award for Health. Dr. Zamora is an internist, rheumatologist, and professor at the University of the Philippines Philippine General Hospital.

In 2010, Dr. Zamora was awarded by the PCP as the Most Outstanding Resident in Internal Medicine (MORIM) for her outstanding performance on service, research, and leadership in Internal Medicine during residency training. Past winners of this award were Dr.Henry Marquez, Dr. Melvin Marcial, Dr. Jubert Benedicto, Dr. Iris Thiele Isip-Tan, and Dr. Mark Anthony Sandoval. The search for the 2020 PCP MORIM is ongoing (please click here).

Picture of Dr. Zamora

TOWNS Awards is presented to outstanding Filipino women aged 21-50 years old who have contributed positively to strengthening national capability and shaping the nation’s future. Other 2019 TOWNS Awardees are Samira Gutoc (Peace Advocacy), Patricia Ann Prodigalidad (Law), Gay Jane Perez (Science & Technology) among others.

Dr. Zamora also received the Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) in 2016.

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