The NBMS Order of Merit is the Society’s highest award. It was instituted in 1980. The award recognizes NBMS members who have made an outstanding commitment and contribution to the profession.
|2022||Dr. Cristin Muecke|
|2021||Dr. Les Allaby|
|2020||Dr. Brian Craig|
|2019||Dr. Paul Cloutier|
|2018||Dr. Jeanne McNeill|
|2017||Dr. Rody Canning|
The award was originally presented in 1983 to permanently honour the memory of Dr. Garfield Moffatt who practiced Internal Medicine in Fredericton. This award recognizes excellence in patient care, a profound interest in continuing medical education, a commitment to the education of the patient and other members of the health team, outstanding community leadership and service and a devotion to the quality of family life and the joy of living.
|2022||Dr. Sarah Gander|
|2021||Dr. Michael Chandra|
|2020||Dr. Rachel Ouellette|
|2019||Dr. Sharon Northorp (posthumously)|
|2018||Dr. Mike Johnston|
|2017||Dr. W. Brian Wheelock|
This award was created in 2005 and implemented at the 2007 inaugural Celebration of Medicine to honour the memory of Dr. Donald Morgan, a Fredericton Obstetrician/Gynaecologist. Dr. Morgan was a Past President of the Medical Society and a founding member and first Chair of the Society’s Health Care Committee. This award recognizes outstanding contribution in areas such as community education & wellness or research in health promotion, or community humanitarian service.
|2022||Dr. Ross Thomas|
|2021||Dr. Christian Adam|
|2020||Dr. Wei Wang|
|2019||Dr. Duncan Webster|
|2018||Dr. Margot Burnell|
|2017||Dr. Susan Crouse|
This award is named after Dr. William F. Roberts in recognition of his election to the Provincial Legislature from 1917 to 1925 and again from 1935 to 1938. Dr. Roberts was appointed as the first Minister of Health in the British Commonwealth. Dr. Roberts also served a term as President of the Medical Society in 1920-21. This award recognizes the contributions made by a physician who has made a commitment to public service through election to either the Provincial Legislature or the Federal House of Commons or to a non-elected member who has been or continues to be politically active.
|2022||Dr. Thomas Barry|
|2016||Dr. Michael Barry|
|2015||Dr. James Parrott|
|2011||Dr. Ed Doherty|
The NBMS celebrates excellence in medicine at all stages of the medical profession. The Iype/Wilfred Resident Award is awarded to residents who have demonstrated outstanding achievements during their residency training in New Brunswick. More specifically this award recognizes achievements in research, professionalism, compassion and caring.
|2022||Dr. Robert Dunfield & Dr. Kristina Laevski|
|2021||Dr. Meagan Blacquière & Dr. Devon Webster|
|2020||Dr. Janique Allain & Dr. Laura Faulkner|
|2019||Dr. Alexandra Saunders & Dr. Rajiv Teeluck|
|2018||Dr. Kavish Chandra, Dr. Brandyn Chase & Dr. Sylvie Roberge|
|2017||Dr. Isabelle Cormier & Dr. Jaclyn LeBlanc|
The Student Leadership Award is awarded to students who have demonstrated exemplary leadership, commitment and dedication within and/or outside the medical community.
|2022||Rosalie Genest & Pat Price|
|2021||Marika Sénèchal & Kathleen MacMillan|
|2020||Jacob Michaud & Nguyet Nguyen|
|2019||Jessica Dobson & Pier-Maude Lanteigne|
|2018||Antoine Béland & Victoria Januszkiewicz|
CMA Honorary Membership is awarded to any member of the Association in good standing for the immediately preceding ten (10) year period who has attained the age of sixty-five. CMA Honorary Members recognizes distinction in medicine, science, the humanities or in service to their professional association.
|2022||Dr. Sean Dolan, Dr. C. William Goodine & Dr. Christopher O'Brien|
|2021||Dr. Margot Burnell, Dr. Colin Lockhart & Dr. Louise Thibault|
|2020||Dr. David Bewick, Dr. Edouard Hendriks & Dr. Michael Perley|
|2019||Dr. Rody Canning, Dr. Thomas Goulding & Dr. Réjean Savoie|
|2018||Dr. Brian Craig, Dr. Beatriz Sainz & Dr. Renée Turcotte|
|2017||Dr. Robert Desjardins, Dr. Gerry Maloney & Dr. Ed Schollenberg|
Life Membership is awarded to Ordinary and/or Retired members who have reached 70 years of age and have 25 years of service in New Brunswick. Election of members for Life Membership in the New Brunswick Medical Society is made by the Board of Directors. These elected members shall not be required to pay an annual fee.
The nomination period for the 2023 Celebration of Medicine awards will begin in January 2023.