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ATSU-KCOM alumnus Dr. Rubin recipient of ACOFP Lifetime Achievement Award

March 26, 2019
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, KCOM

Steven F. Rubin, DO, FACOFP dist., ’84, received the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award. The ACOFP Lifetime Achievement Award honors recipients who have demonstrated career-long service to patients, osteopathic family medicine, and ACOFP.

Dr. Rubin is a family medicine physician in Paramus, New Jersey. He has served as a clinical professor of family medicine, director of osteopathic manipulative treatment, and in other faculty positions at various colleges of osteopathic medicine. As an ACOFP fellow since 1992, he has served as president of ACOFP in 2007-08, ACOFP Board of Governors, and on several ACOFP committees, in addition to serving on numerous other medical associations since 1986. Dr. Rubin has also received several awards, including 2015-16 American Osteopathic Association Mentor of the Year and ACOFP Physician of the Year in 2009.

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