Two medical professionals with ties to the University of Georgia (UGA) University Health Center have been selected as American College Health Association (ACHA) Fellows.
Martha Dannenbaum, MD, and Martha Davis, RN, BSN, (retired) were honored along with other recipients recently at the ACHA’s 2023 Annual Meeting in Boston.
Dannenbaum, formerly with Texas A&M University, was recently named as the new executive director for UGA’s University Health Center. Davis, now retired, was formerly the director of patient services at UGA’s University Health Center.
ACHA Fellows, first recognized in 1967, are members who have given outstanding service to the association and have demonstrated superior professional stature and performance in the college health field. Through their commitment to college health, they set a wonderful example for college health professionals around the globe.
Founded in 1920, the ACHA serves as our nation’s principal advocate and leadership organization for advancing the health and wellness of college students and campus communities through advocacy, education, and research. The association represents a multidisciplinary membership that provides and supports the delivery of health, mental health, prevention, and wellness services for our nation’s 19 million college students.
UGA’s University Health Center is committed to providing on-campus primary care, specialty care, mental health, and well-being services to a student body of approximately 40,000 students.