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Meet Our Governor, Angela C. Johnson, MD, FACP
As Governor, Dr. Johnson will serve as the official representative of the College for the Louisiana Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about the new GE, read her bio below.
Angela C. Johnson, MD, FACP
Medical School Education: LSU School of Medicine, New Orleans
Post-Doctoral Training: LSU Internal Medicine Residency Program, Earl K. Long Medical Center, Baton Rouge
Certification: Internal Medicine
Present Position: Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine; Associate Program Director, LSU Internal Medicine Residency Program, Baton Rouge
ACP Chapter and Leadership Activities:
Governor’s Council 2010-2016; Member, Nominating Committee since 2015; Member, Planning Committee, Scientific Meeting since 2013; Chairman, Planning Committee, Scientific Meeting 2015; Speaker, MOC Review Sessions: Updates in Hospital Medicine, Scientific Meeting 2015, 2016;
ACP National Activities:
Fellowship 2010; Member, Awards Committee since 2016; Member, Council Early Career Physicians 2010-2013; Chair-elect, Council Early Career Physicians 2012-2013; Chair, Council Early Career Physicians 2013-2014; Representative, Council of Early Career Physicians to Board of Governors 2012-2013; Representative, Council of Early Career Physicians to Board of Regents 2013-2014; Online Reviewer, Resident Abstract Competition, Multiple Years; Poster Judge, Resident Abstract Competition, Multiple Years; Mentor/Table Facilitator, Early Career and Women's Networking Luncheons, Internal Medicine Meeting; Panel Speaker, Transitions of Care, Internal Medicine Meeting 2015; Delegate, Leadership Day 2013
Graduate Medical Education Committee, Our Lady of the Lake (OLOL) since 2010; Inpatient Heart Failure Quality Committee, OLOL since 2013; Executive Leadership Team Committee, Outpatient Clinic, LSU Health, Baton Rouge since 2014; Member, Pursuing Excellence Grant Steering Committee, ACGME since 2016 (OLOL, 1 of 8 grant awardees, recognized as innovators of resident education); Academic Institution Committee, LSU School of Medicine Curriculum Committee since 2013; Volunteer, Community Baton Rouge Soccer Club
Areas of Professional Interest and Expertise:
Resident and Medical student education - development of curriculum, teaching methods, evaluation and feedback in both didactic and clinical settings (inpatient and outpatient). Primary care clinic leadership in developing/growing new models of care, improving individual and population health, and improving patient education. Planning and leadership role through LSU School of Medicine in response to natural disasters for the state of Louisiana - participating in planning and leadership, as well as coordinating on-site medical care in state-sponsored Medical Special Needs Shelters for Louisiana Public Health Region 2 since 2005.