Floyd C. Bratt, 1924
B.S., Denison University
M.D., SUNY University at Buffalo
Citation awarded on Saturday, June 9, 1962
Dr. Floyd Clarence Bratt has done much to promote the interests of the general practitioners in medicine in this country and abroad.
Currently Dr. Bratt is president of the American Academy of General Practice, the nation’s second largest medical association with a membership of 27,000 family doctors. His own practice is in Rochester, N.Y., and he is a member of the president’s People to People commission on medicine and health sponsoring Project HOPE. He has served as a delegate to the World Medical Association in Copenhagen in 1958, vice president of the general practice section of the Pan American Medical Conference of 1960, and president of both the New York State Academy of General Practice and the Rochester Academy of Medicine.
Dr. Bratt serves as a constant inspiration to those who have a concern for the social, economic, and psychological circumstances of their patients as they minister to their physical health.