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Pennsylvania Chapter Southeastern Region Governor Gregory C.
Kane, MD, FACP began his four-year term as Governor in the Spring
of 2014. As Governor, Dr. Kane will serve as the official
representative of the College for the Pennsylvania Chapter's
Southeastern Region, providing a link between members at the local
level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about Dr.
Kane, please read his bio and vision statement below.
Place of Birth: Bryn Mawr, PA
Education: BS University of Notre Dame, Notre
Dame, IN 1983, MD Jefferson Medical College 1987
Post Doctoral Training: Internal Medicine,
Lankenau Hospital, Wynnewood, PA 1990, Pulmonary and Critical Care,
Thomas Jefferson University, 1993
Certification: Internal Medicine, 1990-2005,
Pulmonary Disease, 1992-2005, Critical Care, 1993-2005, Recertified
Internal Medicine, 2005-2015, Recertified, Pulmonary Disease,
2005-2015, Recertified, Critical Care, 2005-2015, Passed Hospital
Medicine Exam 2010, Passed Critical Care Secure Exam, 2011, Passed
Pulmonary Disease Secure Exam 2012, Enrolled in MOC
Present Position: Interim Chairman and
Professor of Medicine, Jefferson Medical College
ACP Activities: Fellow, American College of
Physicians, 1996, Reviewer, Annals of Internal Medicine, ACP
National Assoc. Clinical Vignette Poster On-Site Judge, 2012, ACP-
Reviewer for MKSAP 13th Edition (2003) , ACP-ASIM Reviewer for
MKSAP 12th Edition (1999), ACP-ASIM National Associates Competition
Review Board (1998- current), ACP National Associates. Clinical
Vignette Poster On-Site Judge (2000-05), ACP-ASIM Physician
Information and Education Resource Question Author ('99)
Chapter Involvement/Leadership Activities:
PCIM- Eastern Region ACP, Council Member, 2011-, PCIM- Eastern
Region ACP, Chair, Nominating Committee (2009-2010), Pennsylvania
Chapter of the ACP, Recognition Award 2008, Pennsylvania Chapter of
the ACP, Recognition Award 2009, PCIM- Eastern Region ACP, Chair
(Host) Doctors Dilemma Tournament (2008), PCIM- Eastern Region ACP,
Chair (Host) Doctors Dilemma Tournament (2007)
Hospital/Community Service: Jefferson Hospital:
Medical Executive Committee (2007-current), Patient Safety
Committee (2003-2007), Graduate Medical Education Committee
(2000-2011), Ethics Committee (1994-current), Volunteer Medical
Care Provider/Teaching Attending - Jeff H.O.P.E. Homeless Shelter,
(1993-2004); Community: Coach, Devon Strafford Little League
(T-ball) (1995-1996, 1998-1999, 2005), Coach, Tredyffrin-Easttown
Youth Soccer Assoc (1995-2000,2001-02, 2005-08),Coach, Paoli
Wildcats Basketball, Senior Boys Division (2006-2007)
Areas of Professional Interest/Expertise:
Physician Workforce, Graduate Medical Education, Physiology
There is no higher calling in Medicine than being an Internist;
a specialist in the care of adults who uses their depth and breadth
of knowledge of disease, skills at the bedside or exam table, and
commitment to professionalism to provide the highest quality of
care for patients from every walk of life with every imaginable
type of health problem. My goal is to advance the mission of the
College in order to promote the values of the ACP as we work to
improve the healthcare system for patients and their doctors,
improve the health of the public, and recruit and the train the
next generation of Internists. Whether elected Governor, or as a
rank and file member of the Pennsylvania ACP, I look forward to
fighting for our patients, and fighting for Internists and
sub-specialists who treat the sick and suffering.