Nathan and his wife are deeply involved in the community. They serve as foster parents to one gregarious 4-year-old, and run a free clinic on the peninsula. Nathan serves as the Capital Campaign Chair for the local college’s next campaign and is an active Rotarian. Currently serving as the Past President of WAACEP and Secretary-Treasurer of the WSMA, he continues to be active in advocacy on the local, state, and national level. In his spare time, his wife and he are amateur triathletes, love skiing, coaching their kid’s soccer teams, and relaxing in the mountains.
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Council Meritorious Service Award
Kelly Gray-Eurom, MD, MMM, FACEP
Dr. Kelly Gray-Eurom is the Chief Quality Officer / Assistant Dean of Quality & Safety and a Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Florida COM-Jacksonville. She received her medical degree in 1992 from the University of Vermont and completed her EM residency in 1996 at the University of Florida (UF). She joined the UF Faculty in 1996 to work at a UF community EM practice. In 2001, she returned to the main academic campus where she worked as the ED medical director for over a decade. In 2010, she completed a Masters of Medical Management at the Tulane School of Public Health. She continues to work clinical shifts in the ED.
Dr. Gray has been an active member of the Florida College of Emergency Physicians (FCEP) and the American College of Emergency Physicians since her residency days. During her time at FCEP, she served as a resident member, participated in each of the FCEP committees, and was elected to the FCEP BOD in 2009 and again in 2012. She was a member of the BOD executive committee as Secretary, Treasurer, and then FCEP President in 2012. She continues to be part of FCEP activities including EM Days in Tallahassee and Symposium by the Sea.
For ACEP, she has worked with many sections and committees including YPS, AAWEP, Membership, NCRC, and CEDR. She is part of the ACEP 50th Jubilee Task Force, has served on the Steering Committee, the ACEP Nominating Committee, and participated in both the ByLaws Restructuring and the Residency Visit Task Forces. She has been an ACEP Councilor for the last decade, has been privileged to serve on Council Reference Committees, as a Reference Committee Chair and as the Chair of the Council, Tellers & Credentials Committee. Council is one of her favorite ACEP activities and she is extraordinarily honored to be selected to receive a 2017 Council Award.