Dr. Alex Magill (2012): a renal pathologist at St. Paul's Hospital, Dr. Magill has had an ongoing impact on the care of kidney patients in the province of BC since 1977, contributing his exceptional knowledge of renal pathology to guide day-to-day therapy choices of his nephrology colleagues while they treat their CKD and transplant patients.
Dr. Gerry Karr (2011): medical director of kidney services for Interior Health. His warmth, generosity and dedication to patient advocacy were all key factors highlighted in his nomination. Through his adherence to the highest standards of patient care and a commitment to team building, Dr. Karr has established a superior level of excellence within the BC renal program.
Anne Gloster (2010): director of renal services for Vancouver Island Health, received nine separate nominations, one from the entire renal team at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, all praising her uncompromising commitment to patient safety and well being during her 12 years with the program.
Dr. Victor Chan (2009): Dr. Chan's support for peritoneal dialysis has not wavered since the 1960s. A leader and innovator, he has performed more bedside catheter insertions than any other physician in Canada.
Debbie Eggers (2008): a vascular access coordinator for Interior Health and a champion of quality renal care.
Lai-Lin Harvalias (2007): has worked tirelessly over three decades to promote renal nutrition regionally, provincially and nationally.
Dr. David Lirenman (2006): was a pioneer and leader in the development of pediatric nephrology in BC.
Dr. John Price (2005): BC's first nephrologist and a leader in the development of the province's kidney care services.
Dr. Angus Rae (2004): an outstanding clinician, scholar and teacher who epitomizes life-long learning. Now retired, Dr. Rae was the founding head of the Division of Nephrology at St Paul’s Hospital.