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Meet Our Governor, Mangla Sood Gulati, MD, FACP

Meet Our Governor

The Maryland Chapter Governor, Mangla Sood Gulati, MD, FACP, started her four-year term as Governor in the Spring of 2018. As Governor, Dr. Gulati serves as the official representative of the College for the Maryland Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. In the meantime. To learn more about Dr. Gulati, please read her bio below.

Mangla Sood Gulati, MD, FACP

Education: Undergraduate, London UK, Dayanand Medical College, India

Post Doctoral Training: Internal Medicine Residency, Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, MD

Certification: ABIM recertified 2014; Board for Professionals in Patient Safety (CBPPS)

Present Position: Associate Chief Medical Officer, VP, Patient Safety and Clinical Effectiveness, Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center and School of Medicine University of Maryland School of Medicine

ACP Chapter Activities/Leadership Activities: Outstanding Hospitalist Award, MD Chapter, 2015; Faculty, MOC Session 2014-present; MD Council -Hospitalist Rep. 2011-Present; Council of International Medical Graduates, 2010-2012; Judge, MD Chapter Associates Program 2009-Present; 2008-2010 Vice Chair Council of Young Physicians of MD Chapter

ACP National Activities: Member 2002-Present; FACP 2011; Faculty Abstract Reviewer 2008-Present

Other Appointments/Activities: Society of Hospital Medicine; Diagnostic Errors Comm., Hospital Quality and Patient Safety Comm., Public Policy Comm., University of MD Medical Center; Council for Hospital and Ambulatory Safety, Information Management Comm., Graduate Medical Education Comm., Physician Co-Lead Electronic Med. Record Implementation, Executive Infection Control Comm., Resource Utilization, Routinization of HIV Screening in hospitalized patients

Areas of Professional Interest/Expertise: Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Population Health Resource Utilization