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Congratulations to the Delaware Chapter Governor-Elect, Robert
B. Slease, MD, FACP. He will start his four-year term as Governor
in the Spring of 2011. As Governor, Dr. Slease will serve as the
official representative of the College for the Delaware Chapter,
providing a link between members at the local level and leadership
at the national level. In the meantime, Dr. Slease will be working
closely with Dr. O'Neill, the current Governor, and College staff
to learn about the College and his duties as Governor. To learn
more about Dr. Slease, below is his bio and vision statement for
DATE/PLACE OF BIRTH: 10/15/46, Topeka,
KS;EDUCATION: University of Kansas School of
Medicine, Kansas City, KS - MD, 1972;POST DOCTORAL TRAINING: National Naval Medical
Center, Bethesda, MD, Internal Medicine Internship 1972-73,
Residency 1973-75, Hematology-Oncology Fellowship 1975-77;CERTIFICATION: Internal Medicine 1975, Hematology
1978;MILITARY: US Navy Reserve: Active Duty 1971-80,
Reserve status 1980-90;PRESENT POSITION: Chief, Hematology Section, CCHS,
Director, Bone Marrow Transplant Laboratory, CCHS, Associate
Director, CCHS Blood Bank, Private Hematology Group Practice -
Delaware Clinical & Laboratory Physicians;ACP ACTIVITIES: Fellow 1985, Laureate Award 2008,
Previous member, Executive Council, Previous coordinator, Medical
Student Mentoring Program;HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE: CCHS Medical Ethics
Committee (education coordinator), Chairman, CCHS Transfusion
Practice Committee, Dept. of Medicine Executive Committee and
Credentials Committee, CCHS Pain and Palliative Care Committee,
Board of Directors Delaware Chapter - Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society, Medical Advisory Board, Blood Bank of DelMarva;OTHER APPOINTMENTS: Clinical Professor of
Medicine, Jefferson Medical College and Associate Member, Cardeza
Foundation, Thomas Jefferson Univ., Philadelphia, PA, Previous
Appointments: Univ. of Oklahoma Health Services Center - Associate
Professor 1980-86, Professor 1986-90, Director, Hematology-Oncology
Fellowship Program 1982-90 and Clinical Director, Bone Marrow
Transplant Program 1986-90;AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST/EXPERTISE:
Hematologic malignancies, blood and marrow hematopoietic stem cell
Physicians must have a crucial role in shaping the healthcare
system that evolves over the next decade. After more than 30 years
in clinical medicine, both in academic and practice settings, I am
convinced that the ACP is the most important voice for internal
medicine and each of its subspecialties in this effort. We must
formulate and maintain standards of clinical excellence amidst
changing patterns of care delivery. Members should set examples for
medical students and residents that encourage careers in primary
care and strengthen commitments to medical education and research.
Challenges in the current environment are daunting, but the ACP is
well-positioned to address them effectively. As always, the ACP
should continue strong advocacy for the membership, the medical
community in general, and, most importantly, our patients.