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Jorge Motta, MD,FACP is a graduate of Yale University, where he
not only obtained his medical degree but also a public health
degree. He then went to Stanford University where he completed his
internal medicine and cardiology training and furthered his studies
in nuclear medicine. Dr. Motta later returned to Panama, where he
was appointed cardiologist at Gorgas Hospital, an AMA-approved
hospital in the Canal Zone. He had a very succesful career here and
was promoted to Chief Cardiologist. He held this position until the
hospital ceased operating in 1999, due to the U.S. military
withdrawal from Panama.
Dr. Motta was Governor of the ACP Central America Chapter from
1992-1996. During his tenure, he created what is now the norm for
all regional meetings in Panama. He brought the conference out of
the local Social Security Hospital and moved it to a hotel, which
enabled the conference to grow by making it available to more
physicians in the area. By the end of his term, the attendance rate
of the conference had doubled. Due to the larger space for the
conference, he was able to have more speakers, simultaneous
translations in Spanish, and for the first time, all participants
were given a complete handout of session topics. All of these
changes brought an increase in the chapter's revenue, which
increased the chapter's reserves. Dr. Motta received the Laureate
Award in 2003.