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Congratulations to the Nevada Chapter Governor-Elect, Evan M.
Klass, MD, FACP. Our new Governor-elect will do a year of training
as a Governor-elect and then will start his four-year term as
Governor in the Spring of 2015. As Governor, Dr. Klass will serve
as the official representative of the College for the Nevada
Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and
leadership at the national level. In the meantime, Dr. Klass will
be working closely with Dr. Evins (the current Governor) and
College staff to learn about the College and his duties as
Governor. To learn more about Dr. Klass, feel free to read his bio
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
FELLOWSHIP: Endocrinology/Metabolism, 1980-1982. George
Washington University Medical Center, Washington Hospital Center,
V.A. Medical Center- Washington, D.C., National Children's Medical
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.
ACP FELLOWSHIP: 1990
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.