During an April 25 luncheon at the Garden Court Hotel in Palo Alto, Calif., School of Medicine Professor Gabriel Garcia was honored with the Miriam Aaron Roland Volunteer Service Prize. Garcia is co-founder of the Patient Advocacy Program, which trains Stanford students to serve as volunteers in local health clinics.
Also during the event, three community groups and a Stanford student organization were recognized with the 2012 Community Partnership Awards.
Garcia was traveling, but accepted the honor via video. Stanford News Service videographer Steve Fyffe captured the festivities and included Garcia's acknowledgement in this video.
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