Medical Associates Clinic is pleased to announce that Hendrik Schultz, MD, FACP, FHM, FIDSA, is the 2022 recipient of the Iowa Medical Society/COPIC Physician Humanitarian Award. Dr. Schultz is triple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Hospital Medicine, and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Schultz joined Medical Associates in 2010 as a Hospitalist and is currently the Chief Medical Officer, a position he has held since 2020.
Dr. Schultz has served many organizations through the years and his ascension to leadership positions in many of them display his commitment to the organizations and the greater good that service provides. From volunteering at the Iowa City Medical Clinic to serving as president and treasurer of the Dubuque County Medical Society, he most recently was appointed to the Dubuque County Board of Health. As a volunteer for the Dubuque County Board of Health during the pandemic, Dr. Schultz was an invaluable resource for the board and the residents of Dubuque Counties COVID-19 Response. For his service, Schultz has received local and national recognition, including being named a 2021 Fellow by the Infectious Diseases Society of America – an honor reserved for only a select few physicians each year.
The IMS/COPIC Physician Humanitarian Award is presented each year to honor a physician in Iowa for volunteer medical services and contributions to their community through principles focused on human dignity, social justice, and compassion.