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Lane Price, Melanie Barnard honored at Medical College of Georgia dinner

Medical College of Georgia Southwest Georgia Clinical Campus holds graduation dinner

Dr. Lane Price, left, medical director for Albany Community Hospice and Palliative Care, was given the Most Outstanding Clinical Faculty Award, and Melanie Barnard, one of Medical College of Georgia Southwest Clinic Campus students who graduated last week, was presented the “Medical Student Award for Excellence in Clinical Skills” at a banquet held at Doublegate Country Club on April 29 for the campus’ graduating class. Price has been teaching the Albany-based campus’ students for the past five years at the Willson Hospice House during their hospice and palliative care rotation. (Special photo)

Dr. Lane Price, left, medical director for Albany Community Hospice and Palliative Care, was given the Most Outstanding Clinical Faculty Award, and Melanie Barnard, one of Medical College of Georgia Southwest Clinic Campus students who graduated last week, was presented the “Medical Student Award for Excellence in Clinical Skills” at a banquet held at Doublegate Country Club on April 29 for the campus’ graduating class. Price has been teaching the Albany-based campus’ students for the past five years at the Willson Hospice House during their hospice and palliative care rotation. (Special photo)

ALBANY — Dr. Lane Price, left, former medical director of Willson Hospice House, was given the "Most Outstanding Clinical Faculty Award," and Melanie Barnard, one of Medical College of Georgia Southwest Clinical Campus students who graduated last week, was presented the “Medical Student Award for Excellence in Clinical Skills” at a banquet held at Doublegate Country Club on April 29 for the campus’ graduating class. Price has been teaching the Albany-based campus’ students for the past five years at the Willson Hospice House during their hospice and palliative care rotation. (Special photo)