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Before going to medical school, Dr. George Comerci received a BS
in Pharmacy from the University of Arizona, where he received the
Outstanding Senior Award in Pharmacy. To the disappointment of the
faculty at the College of Pharmacy, he immediately enrolled in
medical school, and was elected to AOA at the University of Arizona
College of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency at
the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, where he was
voted the Senior Resident Teacher of the Year by the intern class,
and won the state ACP poster competition. . He was then a solo
primary care private practitioner for 18 years. In 1999, he joined
the faculty at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and
currently serves as Professor in the Divisions of General Internal
Medicine and Geriatrics and Palliative Care.
At the University of New Mexico, Dr. Comerci best became known
among medical students for his skill in physical diagnosis and in
teaching clinical medicine. He has won 10 teaching awards from
medical students and residents. He has been involved in virtually
every aspect of clinical skills education and curriculum
development, including classroom lectures, small group preceptor,
simulation lab instructor, clinical case writer, train-the-trainer
courses and ward attending. "The Comerci experience" (having Dr.
Comerci as ward attending) has been sought and treasured by every
medical student and internal medicine resident since Dr. Comerci
arrived at UNM 14 years ago.
Among the faculty, Dr. Comerci is "the doctor's doctor" and
provides care to more faculty and their family than any other
practitioner. And when faculty have difficult management or
diagnostic problems with their patients, Dr. Comerci is usually the
first that they call for advice. Because of the breadth of his
knowledge and his clinical wisdom in general internal medicine, he
is regularly sought at many CME conferences (including this one) to
give updates in ambulatory medicine. He has developed a special
interest in pain management and is now known nation-wide for his
expertise in this area.
Because of his life-long commitment to excellence in patient
care and teaching the New Mexico Chapter of the American College of
Physicians is honored to present the 2012 Teaching Excellence Award
to Dr. George Comerci.