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Meet Our New Governor-elect, Allen B. Repp II, MD, FACP
Meet Our New Governor-elect
Congratulations to the Vermont Chapter Governor-Elect, Allen B. Repp II, 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 2019. As Governor, Dr. Repp will serve 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. In the meantime, Dr. Repp will be working closely with Dr. Carney (the current Governor) and College staff to learn about the College and his duties as Governor. 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.