ChristianaCare residents inducted into Gold Humanism Honor Society

Two ChristianaCare resident physicians have been inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society Resident Chapter of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.

Benjamin Golden, M.D., a fourth-year Emergency Medicine/Family Medicine resident, and Tina Y. Hu, M.D., a third-year resident in Internal Medicine/Pediatrics, were described by the society as physicians who are “selfless, putting patients before all else and always giving.”

“Ironically, both are training in combined residencies that blend two residency programs into one,” said Brian Levine, M.D., ChristianaCare associate chief academic officer.

“You each exemplify the ChristianaCare way on a daily basis,” said Dr. Levine. “We are incredibly proud of your accomplishments and your exceptional patient care and the way that you represent ChristianaCare, your programs and yourselves.”

Each year the society chapter, along with other medical school chapters in the U.S., inducts medical students and physicians who exemplify the highest qualities of humanism, compassion, interpersonal skills, leadership and community service. Learn more about ChristianaCare’s residency programs.