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Meet Our Region I Governor

Southern California Region I Chapter

Southern California Region I Chapter Governor, Mark S. Noah, MD, FACP began his four-year term as Governor in the Spring of 2016. As Governor, Dr. Noah will serve as the official representative of the College for the Southern California Region I Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about Dr. Noah, feel free to read his bio below.


Mark S. Noah, MD, FACP

Dr. Noah

EDUCATION: 1972-77 University of California Los Angeles - BA Psychobiology, 1977-81 University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine- MD

POST DOCTORAL TRAINING: 1981-84 Cedars-Sinai Medical Center - Internal Medicine Internship and Residency, 1992-93 University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine - Fellowship in Medical Education

CERTIFICATION: Internal Medicine Certification- American Board of Medicine- 1984

PRESENT POSITION: Medical Director of Graduate and Continuing Medical Education- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Director of Internal Medicine Residency Training- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Professor of Medicine- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Medicine- David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

ACP CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT AND LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES: 2004-present Member of Southern California Region 1 Governor's Advisory Council, 2007-present Member of working group on ACP fellow advancement and awards, 2011, 2013 Southern California Regional Annual Meeting Resident Poster Session judging group

OTHER APPOINTMENTS/ACTIVITIES: ACP Fellowship- 1997. Laureate Award Recipient Southern California Region 1 Chapter October 2011

AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST/EXPERTISE: Medical Education, Primary Care Medicine, Patient Safety