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Congratulations to the Northern California Chapter
Governor-elect, Gordon L. Fung, MD, FACP. He will start his
four-year term as Governor in the Spring of 20132. As Governor, Dr.
Fung will serve as the official representative of the College for
the Tennessee Chapter, providing a link between members at the
local level and leadership at the national level. In the meantime,
Dr. Fung will be working closely with Dr. Meyer, the current
Governor, and College staff to learn about the College and his
duties as Governor. To learn more about Dr. Fung, please read his
bio and vision statement below.
Date/Place of Birth: July 24, 1951, San
Education: UC Berkeley, AB, Economics 1973;
UCSF School of Medicine, MD, 1979; UCSF School of Public Health,
MPH, Hospital Economics and Administration 1979; CIIS, PhD.,
Chinese Philosophy, 2008; Post-Doctoral Training: Highland General
Hospital, Oakland, CA Straight Internal Medicine Residency
1979-1982; Highland General Hospital, Oakland, CA Chief Medical
Residency 1983; Veterans Administration Medical Center, Martinez,
CA Clinical Cardiology Fellowship 1983-1985
Certification: ABIM, 1983; CVD 1985; Critical
Care Medicine 1987-1997; Specialist in Hypertension 2007-2017
Present Position: Clinical Professor of
Medicine, UCSF School of Medicine
ACP Activities: Inducted in Fellowship 1987;
Recruited many members and sponsored several members into
Fellowship. Attended several National Scientific Sessions; 2008 to
present, ACC Liaison to ACP Council of Subspecialties; 2010 Panel
Presentation at ACP 2010 in Toronto on Subspecialty collaboration
on complex geriatric patient; 2009 to Present Member ACP-PAC;
Annual Donor to ACP Education Program; Chapter
Involvement/Leadership Activities: 2011 Appointed to Governor's
Advisory Cabinet for Northern CA. Attended several Northern CA CME
Hospital/Community Service: Past Chair of
Performance Improvement Committee and Director of Performance
Improvement, Chinese Hospital, San Francisco, CA 1995-2000; Founder
and Director, UCSF Asian Heart &Vascular Center 2007-present;
Medical Staff Surveyor for Institute of Medical Quality, CA 1994 to
present; Volunteer Medical Director of Free Clinic (weekly) at
Delancey Street Foundation (a nationally recognized substance abuse
rehab program) since 1991 to present; 2007 to present, Member and
currently Chairman of California State Council of Multicultural
Health (Appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger)
Other Appointments: American College of
Cardiology, Past Governor of Northern CA 2003-06
Areas of Professional Interest and Expertise:
Clinical Trial Research in prevention of CVD; ECG's; Refractory HTN
diagnosis and management; Health Care Disparities/ Equities in
Asians in heart and vascular Disease.
Over the next few years, we face significant challenges to
continue to provide high quality care in a system that is rapidly
approaching its funding limits to support the technological and
personalized resources that are needed to provide this type of care
to the entire population and all of our communities. We are at the
same time pushing the envelope of trying to deliver the best care
at the lowest cost and trim costs through efficiencies and
self-imposed reductions. We need to work as a team not only in the
field of medicine amongst ourselves, but also with our other team
members the nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, dentists,
industry partners, our public health officials, our legislators and
educators. I believe that the ACP with an organization of 132,000
members is in a key position to contribute to the solutions that
will help us achieve these goals.