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Congratulations to the US Army Chapter Governor-Elect Designee,
LTC Cristin A. Mount, MD, FACP. Our new Governor-elect Designee
(GED) will do a year of training as a Governor-elect and then will
start her four-year term as Governor in the Spring of 2017. As
Governor, Dr. Mount will serve as the official representative of
the College for the US Army Chapter, providing a link between
members at the local level and leadership at the national level. In
the meantime, Dr. Mount will be working closely with Dr. DeZee (the
current Governor) and College staff to learn about the College and
her duties as Governor. To learn more about the new GED, feel free
to read her bio below.
EDUCATION: Univ. of Scranton, Scranton, PA - BS Biology, 1999
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD
- M.D., 2003
POST DOCTORAL TRAINING: Int. Med. Internship, Madigan Army Med.
Ctr., 2004 Int. Med. Residency, Madigan Army Med. Ctr., 2006
Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, Walter Reed Army Med. Ctr.,
CERTIFICATION: Int. Med., 2006 Critical Care Med., 2009
PRESENT POSITION: Chief, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep
Medicine Service, Madigan Army Medical Center Assist. Chief, Dept.
of Med., Madigan Army Med. Ctr.
ACP CHAPTER INVOLVEMENT/LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES: Army Chapter
Governor's Council - 2012 - current, WA Chapter Spring Scientific
Research Meeting faculty - 2015, Local Site Coordinator, Army ACP
Virtual Meeting - 2013, 2014, Army Chapter Abstract Reviewer/Judge
- 2012, WA Chapter Abstract Competition Reviewer/Judge - 2013,
ACP NATIONAL ACTIVITIES: National ACP Abstract Reviewer - 2010
to current, FACP 2009
OTHER APPOINTMENTS/ACTIVITIES: Int. Med. Residency Core Clinical
Faculty 2013 - pres., Int. Med. Residency Prog. Evaluation Comm.
2009 - pres., Int. Med. Residency Clinical Competency Comm. 2010 -
pres., Transitional Year Prog. Evaluation Comm. 2009 - pres.,
Transitional Year Clinical Competency Comm. 2011 - pres., Dept. of
Medicine Research Comm. 2011 - pres., Assist. Prof. of Clinical
Med., USUHS 2009 - pres., Madigan Critical Care Quality Management
Group Chair 2009 - pres., Madigan Trauma Comm. 2009 - present,
Madigan Provisions of Care Comm. 2012 - pres., Madigan Space Comm.
2012 - pres., Director, Critical Care Services 2009 - 2013, Peer
Reviewer for Critical Care Med. and Journal of Critical Care 2013 -
pres., AMSUS - lifetime mbr. Society of Critical Care Medicine Mbr.
2007 - pres.
AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL INTEREST/EXPERTISE: Graduate Medical
Education Clinical Research in critical care med. with a focus on
sepsis, infectious disease and quality improvement Health systems