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Date:2/26/2009

ited 150 medical personnel and other providers to become involved with CCPF. "For more than 25 years I have chosen to volunteer and provide orthopaedic care for the underserved children of the world," noted Dr. Roye. "Since first becoming involved in global health I recognized a great need to provide orthopaedic medical resources to as many children as possible."

CCPF honored Dr. Roye last May for his decade of commitment and service. He was also recognized by The Children's Dream Foundation in 2006 for his work and research studies in improving children's healthcare.

Dr. Roye's colleagues always speak of his confident, yet humble manner, and to his commitment to his patients' needs, which fosters an exceptionally strong bond. "David Roye influenced my decision to pursue a career in pediatric orthopaedics more than any other person," said David L. Skaggs, MD, endowed chair of Pediatric Spinal Disorders, Children's Hospital Los Angeles and associate professor of orthopaedic surgery, University of Southern California School of Medicine. "He embodies the model of a humanitarian academic surgeon, who contributes to the orthopaedic field at many levels, yet does it with no self-promotion," noted Dr. Skaggs.

Dr. Roye has been bestowed with many other honors, such as an Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation Order of Merit award. He holds a number of leadership positions locally, nationally and internationally, including executive committee member of the Section on Orthopaedic Surgery of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

"The missions he has gone on and the leadership awards which Dr. Roye has received throughout his career are just a small sampling of his kindness, commitment and expertise," said Theodore J. Ganley, MD, director of sports medicine at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. "Dr. Roye's dedication to academic medicine and teaching, as well as his profound generosit
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