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David Muller, MD, Recipient of 2024 Physician Humanitarian Award

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For Immediate Release: April 22, 2024   DES MOINES, IA – The Iowa Medical Society (IMS) and COPIC are delighted to announce Cedar Rapids-based ophthalmologist David Muller, MD, as the distinguished recipient of the 2024 IMS/COPIC Physician Humanitarian Award. This prestigious award is bestowed annually to honor physicians in Iowa who exemplify outstanding volunteer medical services and contribute to their communities through principles centered on human dignity, social justice, and compassion. Dr. Muller, a member of the Iowa Eye Center in Cedar Rapids, has been an exemplary volunteer at the Community Health Free Clinic (CHFC) since December 2006. Currently serving as the Vice President on the Clinic’s 2023-2024 Board of Directors, Dr. Muller’s dedication to service, embodiment of the clinic’s mission, and commitment to the needs of others make him a standout candidate for this award. Muller said he is thrilled CHFC will be receiving these funds. “Community Health Free Clinic is an amazing organization which helps provide much needed healthcare to thousands of Eastern Iowans each year who would not otherwise be able to afford it,” Muller said. “It is an honor and a privilege for me to be associated with them and to help out in the small ways I am able to.” A long-standing member of CHFC’s Board of Directors, Dr. Muller has been a driving force behind the success of the clinic, which provides free medical, dental, vision, and prescription services for uninsured and underinsured patients. Dr. Muller has been instrumental in the Clinic’s ability to provide…

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