Congratulations to the Minnesota Chapter Governor, John B. Bundrick, MD, FACP. As Governor, Dr. Bundrick will serve as the official representative of the College for the Minnesota Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about Dr. Bundrick, feel free to read his bio below.
John B. Bundrick, MD, FACP
EDUCATION: Louisiana Tech University (1982). LSU School of Medicine in Shreveport (1986)
POST DOCTORAL TRAINING: Mayo Graduate School of Medicine (IM 1989)
CERTIFICATION: ABIM 1989
PRESENT POSITION: Consultant in General Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic Rochester. Assistant Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
ACP ACTIVITIES: Fellowship 1997, Scientific Program Chair for MN Chapter ACP since 2007 (co-Chair since 2011), MN ACP Chapter council since 2004, National subcommittee on CME, member (2007-08), National workgroup on improving annual meeting (task force 2008), Scientific Program Planning Committee for 2011 annual meeting San Diego, Founder of Mayo Medical School IM interest group for MN Chapter ACP, Speaker at National ACP annual session eight times (three as closing summary, five as Clinical Pearls), 2009 Laureate for MN ACP
HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE: Rochester Science Fair Research Paper Judge (annual). Volunteer helper for Southeast Minnesota Youth Orchestra, Active member and volunteer Autumn Ridge Church
OTHER APPOINTMENTS: Firm Chief for Resident Continuity Clinic in General Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic. The 2011 recipient of Teaching Excellence Award, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Teacher of the Year Hall of Fame, Mayo Clinic. Former Director of Fellowship in Advanced General Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Co-Director, Practice of Internal Medicine meeting (Outstanding Mayo CME course of 2012), Competency Committee for Mayo Clinic IM residency, member
AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST/EXPERTISE: Perioperative Medicine, Medical Decision Making, Medical Education (especially with regard to ambulatory medicine and teaching of physical exam skills)
Since I first attended the ACP annual meeting as a resident over twenty years ago, I have been an ardent supporter of the College. I value the ACP's commitment to education and advocacy for us and our patients. Through the encouragement of MN Chapter leaders, I have been given an opportunity to pursue numerous activities within the College, locally and nationally. This has provided me immense professional satisfaction, and I would like to extend those same opportunities to you and other internists throughout Minnesota. We have an incredible pool of talent in this state, and we can be proud of our record of providing high quality, patient-centered care and medical education. As we continue to build upon this strong foundation, our Chapter will provide the tools and support needed to maintain this level of excellence (e.g., by helping our members meet Maintenance of Certification requirements in the least burdensome way).