Bradley Grayum, M.D. Has Achieved Drexel University’s 2014 Dean’s Special Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching
Bradley Grayum, M.D.
Bradley Grayum, M.D., Crozer-Keystone Health System Neurologist and chief of the division of Neurology at Crozer, has been chosen by Drexel University’s School of Medicine for the Dean’s Special Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching. Voting occurred in early March and the overwhelming majority of the class participated in the selection of the winners this year.
The Dean’s Special Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching began in 1993, and was developed to recognize excellence in education that students receive while working with the clinical affiliates of Hahnemann University School of Medicine. One award is presented to each clinical affiliate yearly. Since then, Hahnemann University School of Medicine and Drexel University College of Medicine merged, and the award tradition has merged with it.
“I am honored to receive an award for excellence in clinical teaching. Contributing to the education of students and physicians in training is one of the most important traditions of our profession and I think our staff at Crozer is pleased to be part of that. It is a pleasure to work with the students from Drexel and Temple that rotate with us here,” says Grayum.
Dr. Grayum is a graduate of Drexel University’s Hahnemann Medical College and New York University’s Bellevue Hospital Medical Center Residency Program. He later completed his Fellowship at State University of New York Downstate. Dr. Grayum is board certified in neurology, vascular neurology, and electrodiagnostic medicine. His area of special interest is in stroke patients and neuromuscular diseases. He has received honors from Main Line Today “Top Doctors” in Neurology consistently from 2008 until 2014. Dr. Grayum has also been named Crozer-Chester Medical Center’s Educator of the Year in 2011 and 2012. He continues his focus on educating his medical students and providing services to his patients at Crozer-Keystone Health System.
“In our experience, students are quite discerning about those individuals who are responsible for their education and we are pleased that they have selected Dr. Grayum for this honor. We deeply appreciate all of your dedication and commitment to the education of our students and extend you congratulations on winning this award,” says Donna M. Russo, Ph.D., interim vice dean for Educational and Academic Affairs of Drexel University’s College of Medicine.
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