Meet Our Governor
As Governor, Dr. Repp serves as the official representative of the College for the Vermont Chapter, providing a link between members at the local level and leadership at the national level. To learn more about the Allen, read his bio below.
Allen B. Repp, II, MD, FACP
Education: AB, Princeton University 1994; MD, University of Texas Southwestern 1999; MSc, Harvard School of Public Health 2011
Post Doctoral Training: Residency and Chief Residency, Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, 1999-2003
Certification: ABIM, Internal Medicine
Present Position: Division of Hospital Medicine, University of Vermont Medical Center
ACP Chapter Involvement and Leadership Activities: Chair, Membership and Advancement Committee; Member, Annual Meeting Planning Committee; Member, ACP Chapter Council
ACP National Activities: Fellowship 2012
Other Appointments/Activities: Vice Chair, Quality Committee, Department of Medicine, University of Vermont Medical Center since 2016; Member, Quality Committee, University of Vermont Medical Center since 2016; Member, Medication Safety Committee, University of Vermont Medical Center since 2008; Member, Board of Directors, University of Vermont Medical Group 2010-2015
Areas of Professional Interest and Expertise: Quality improvement; quality measurement; medical education
I have practiced as a general internist with a clinical focus in hospital medicine at the University of Vermont Medical Center since 2003. Over those years, I have had the privilege of interacting with many internal medicine physicians across the state – discussing patients, sharing ideas at meetings, and collaborating on projects to improve the value of care across the region. I believe our community of internal medicine physicians in Vermont – primary care physicians, hospitalists, and subspecialists – is unparalleled in its commitment to patients and to improving the system of health care delivery. I would be honored to represent and serve the Vermont Chapter in its efforts to enhance the quality and effectiveness of health care locally and nationally.