| Alfred E. Hartmann, MD, FCAP, a pathologist from Sioux Falls, S.D., has been honored with the College of American Pathologists Laboratory Improvement Program Service Award at a ceremony held in Washington D.C. at the organization’s annual meeting earlier this month.
The award, established in 2006, is presented to an individual who has demonstrated exceptional service. Hartmann was honored for his outstanding contributions to the CAP Laboratory Improvement Programs. Hartmann is acknowledged for his many contributions to the College, beginning in 1975, when he was a member of the Product Evaluation Subcommittee.
In subsequent years he went on to chair the Chemistry Resource Committee and the Standards Committee. He further supported the College through service on the Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Resource Committee, the Laboratory Planning and Design Committee, and the Surveys Committee. Hartmann also has served as an inspector on the Inspection and Accreditation Committee for 25 years.
In addition serving as a clinical professor emeritus with the medical school, Hartmann is a pathologist at Physicians Laboratory, Ltd. in Sioux Falls, where he was president for 14 years. He was also the Medical Director of Laboratories at Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls. Hartmann has also served on the Board of Directors for the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards for nine years.
Hartmann earned his B.S. in chemistry and his M.S. in biochemistry at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln before completing his M.D. with distinction at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha. He completed an internship in straight medicine at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles before his residency in Clinical and Anatomic Pathology at Nebraska Methodist Hospital in Omaha. Hartmann is certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and is licensed in South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa.
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