Cordell Davis, DO, a senior urology resident at CAMC, has been awarded the prestigious Urology Resident Achievement Award for 2012. This is a national award presented to one urology resident by the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons. The award recognizes the urology resident that demonstrates exceptional clinical ability, patient/resident manner, resident/staff relationships, and resident/community involvement.
CAMC’s urology residency started in 2006 and its residents have won this impressive award three years in a row. Previous recipients include Drs. Sam Deem and Faith Payne.
"To be recognized on a national level with this award three years in a row speaks to the quality of our urology residents and CAMC's support of this program," said Dr. James Tierney, chairman and program director of urology.
Dr. Davis is a graduate of Brigham Young University and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Upon completion of his urology chief year he will begin a tour of duty with the United States Air Force.