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The ballots for the current Governors-elect election have been
mailed. The voting membership (Masters, Fellows, Members, and
Resident/Fellow Members with an electdate of 8/1/2011 or earlier)
can vote via telephone 1 877 471 9647 (US only), online (www.directvote.net/ACP/) or
mail-in ballot. You will need your mailed ballot with your
ACP Member Number and Election Passcode in order to make a
vote. Below are the bios and vision statements of the
candidates that are running in this election. Online voting began
on August 26, 2013 and ends on October 25, 2013 at 11:59 PM
Eastern. Please be sure to vote!
For replacement ballots and election customer service, e-mail
or call toll-free 1 866 909 3549, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00
p.m. Central. For general election information, you may email
Evelyn James, Governor
Election Coordinator, or call her at 215 351 2699.
PLACE OF BIRTH: Brooklyn, New York
EDUCATION: New York City School System including High School;
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, B.A., 1969;
Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, D.O.,
POST DOCTORAL TRAINING: Rotating Internship and PGY-1 Internal
Medicine, Green Cross General Hospital, Cuyahoga Falls Ohio,
1973-1975; PGY 3-5, Internal Medicine, Brooklyn V.A. Hospital,
Brooklyn, N.Y., 1975-1977; Rheumatology Fellowship, State
University of New York, Downstate Medical Center and Kings County
Hospital Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1977-1979. CERTIFICATION:
American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine, August 1995;
American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine - Subspecialty of
Rheumatology, August 1996 & Re-certification, August 2006.
PRESENT POSITION: Founding Dean, Touro University Nevada College
of Osteopathic Medicine since 2004.
ACP ACTIVITIES: Member ACP, 1982; FACP 2005; National ACP
Postgraduate/Chapter Education Committee, 2013.
CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT/LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES: Nevada Chapter
Treasurer; Chair of the Finance Committee; Assistant Vice - Chair
of the Governor's Advisory Council; frequent speaker at the Annual
NV Chapter ACP Scientific Meetings. HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE: No
current hospital affiliations; Member of the Board of Trustees of
the Clark County Medical Society, 2004 - present; Clark County
Medical Society Continuing Medical Education Committee, Sept. 2006
- present; Secretary, Clark County Medical Society, July 2009 -
June 2010; President of the Clark County Medical Society, July 2010
- June 2011; Health Insight Board of Trustees, Aug. 2010 - present;
Secretary, Nevada State Medical Association, April 2012 - April
2012; President Elect - Nevada State Medical Association, April
OTHER APPOINTMENTS: Advisory Board Member, Ad Hoc Health
Sciences Center Committee, Nevada System of Higher Education, Board
of Regents, March 2006 - Dec. 2007; Governor - Elect Gibbons
Healthcare Transition Team & the Healthcare Professional
Workforce Working Group, Dec. 2006 - Dec. 2007; Nevada State
Senator Horsford's, Healthcare Professional Workforce Committee,
2009; American Osteopathic Association/Committee on Osteopathic
College Accrediation - Evaluator, Feb. 2009 - present; American
College of Osteopathic Internists, Board of Directors, Oct. 2009 -
present; American College of Osteopathic Internists Ethics
Committee past Chair (2007 - 2008) and member, 2005 - present;
member, Board of Deans of the American Association of Colleges of
Osteopathic Medicine, 2004 - present; American College of Legal
Medicine (ACLM) Honorary Fellow, Feb. 2011. Medical Director, Touro
University Nevada Health Care Center, 2008 - present.
AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST/EXPERTISE: (1) Practicing
Rheumatologist at Touro University Nevada, 2008 - present; (2)
Medical Education, both undergraduate & Graduate Medical
Education; (3) Ethics and Professionalism in Healthcare - have
created in collaboration with UNLV Theater Arts Program a series of
education videos regarding ethics, professionalism and legal
aspects of healthcare that has been used in healthcare education
programs, and at local, national and international meetings.
As Governor of the Nevada Chapter of the ACP, my Vision will be
to carry the torch lit by my predecessors. I will endeavor to bring
Internal Medicine in Nevada to the next level by strengthening the
relationship between the ACP and its membership including medical
students, residents, fellows, practicing internists and academic
physicians. Facilitating their membership and active participation
is critically important to the growth, effectiveness and in
assuring the future of the Nevada Chapter. Making the Nevada ACP
Chapter more relevant to its members will empower them. There is
strength in numbers, particularly at a time when the future of
healthcare and the practice of medicine is rapidly changing. I will
be a strong advocate for the growth of Internal Medicine, not just
its survival, by keeping ACP members informed of the relevant
political, economic developments and health laws that affect
healthcare and their practices, by soliciting their opinions, and
in communicating more effectively with the ACP National
BORN: New York, NY; MD: New York Medical College, 1976
INTERNSHIP/RESIDENCY: Internal Medicine, 1976-1979. Long Island
Jewish Medical Center
CHIEF RESIDENT: Internal Medicine, 1979-1980. Long Island Jewish
Medical Center, FELLOWSHIP: Endocrinology/Metabolism, 1980-1982.
George Washington University Medical Center, Washington Hospital
Center, V.A. Medical Center- Washington, D.C., National Children's
CERTIFICATION: Internal Medicine, 1979.
PRESENT POSITIONS: Associate Dean, Office of Statewide
Initiatives; Program Director, Project ECHO-Nevada; Chief, Division
of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism; Associate Professor of
Medicine, University of Nevada School of Medicine; ACP.
CHAPTER ACTIVITY: 2012- Annual Meeting Poster Competition Judge;
2014- Annual Meeting Planning Group
HOSPITAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE: Attending Physician, Renown Regional
Medical Center; Community Advisory Board, Renown Regional Medical
Center; Medical Advisor/Faculty, St. Mary's Medical Center
Community Diabetes Education Program, 2008-present; Renown Regional
Medical Center Institutional Review Board, 2010-2013
OTHER APPOINTMENTS: Interim Chairman, Internal Medicine,
University of Nevada School of Medicine-Reno, 2010-2012; Board
Member, Nevada Chapter, American Association of Clinical
PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS/EXPERTISE: Management of thyroid cancer;
Thyroid imaging; Management of pituitary tumors
I am honored to be nominated for the Governorship of the
American College of Physicians Nevada Chapter. Being an ACP member
and Fellow for 35 years I consider ACP to be my professional home.
My current role as Associate Dean for Statewide Initiatives at the
University of Nevada School of Medicine has provided me with an
extraordinary opportunity to observe and impact the education and
training of the next generation of Internists. I have also
recognized the staggering disparities in health care availability
in rural Nevada and within our largest population centers.
The 21st Century Internist will be significantly different from
the 20th Century Internist. As a community physician for the first
25 years of my career, I have a wonderful perspective from which to
contribute to this evolution. My professional experience and
commitment to working to build the Nevada healthcare workforce
motivates my seeking the Governorship of our Chapter.