Skip to main content
<p>INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University School of Medicine physician Donald Orr, M.D., will receive the Outstanding Achievement Award in Adolescent Medicine from the Society for Adolescent Medicine at the society&#8217;s annual meeting March 27. Dr. Orr is a professor of pediatrics and the founding director of the Section of Adolescent Medicine at the medical school and Riley Hospital for Children.</p>

Indiana University Adolescent Medicine Doctor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Orr started the Section of Adolescent Medicine in 1983 and now the program provides more than 40,000 adolescent clinic visits a year, is one of the preeminent academic training programs in the country and brings in more than $3 million a year in research support.

The award was established in 1981 to recognize individuals worldwide for their commitment to improving the health and care resources for adolescents and young adults.