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Rosendo Gonzalez, MD,FACP graduated from the University of
Panama Medical School in 1972. He completed his residency in
internal medicine at the Caja de Seguro Social Hospital between
1974 and 1977. Dr. Gonzalez completed a year as "house officer" a
the Gorgas Hospital (the only hospital outside of the United States
to be approved by the AMA). From 1978 to 1981, Dr. Gonzalez
completed another internal medicine residency and gastroenterology
fellowship in the United States both at the Universtiy of Souther
California and the Lehy Clinic in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Gonzalez served as Governor of the ACP Central America
Region from 1996-2000. He distinguished himself admirably during
his Governorship. His region was in receipt of the Chapter
Management Award twice during his term. While Governor, the
region's membership grew, and many members were advanced to
Fellowship. Four physicians were distinguished as Laureates and
another physician was named Masters. The annual meeting became more
popular in Panama City and turned out the standard of internal
medicine conferences in town. Dr. Gonzalez received the Laureate
Award in 2003.