2019-2020 AAHPM Board of Directors
Joanne Wolfe, MD MPH FAAHPM (2019-2020)
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Dr. Wolfe is the division chief of pediatric palliative care of the Department of Psychosocial Oncology and Palliative Care at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) in Boston, MA; director of pediatric palliative care at the Children's Hospital Boston; and professor of pediatrics at the Harvard Medical School in Boston. In 1997, Dr. Wolfe lead the development of the Pediatric Advanced Care Team at Children's Hospital Boston and the DFCI, now one of the longest standing and largest pediatric palliative care programs nationally. In 1999, she became a Faculty Scholar with PDIA and through this opportunity gained insight into the fundamentals of hospice and palliative care along the life spectrum. From 2002 to 2008, she was the pediatric medical director for a local hospice and came to more fully understand the needs of home-based patients and their families.
- Member since 2002
- Chair, Research and Quality Strategic Coordinating Committee, 2010–2012
- Member, Pediatric Special Interest Group, 2002–present
- Member, Research Special Interest Group, 2010–present
- Associate Editor, PC-FACS, 2005–2012
- Chair, Research Committee, 2009
- Member, Annual Assembly Planning Committee, 2005–2008
- Concurrent sessions, abstract presentations, and pre-course workshops at four AAHPM Annual Assemblies
Rodney O. Tucker, MD MMM FAAHPM (2019-2020)
UAB Center for Palliative and Supportive Care
Rodney O. Tucker, MD MMM is Director and Christine S. Ritchie, MD Endowed Chair in Palliative Care Leadership of the Center for Palliative and Supportive Care at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In this role, he is active in the development of a comprehensive clinical, educational and research program in palliative care. Dr. Tucker completed his Masters in Medical Management at the University of Southern California in 2009. At UAB, Dr. Tucker has provided leadership in the opening of a 12 bed inpatient palliative care unit in 2006 as well as development of an ambulatory HIV palliative care clinic. The UAB Center provides care for over 2000 new patients annually and is currently a Palliative Care Leadership Center. Dr. Tucker has been an active member of AAHPM and CAPC for over fourteen years, having served in several leadership roles in the Academy. He has participated in the education and mentorship of over 300 fellow learners and health care systems over the past fourteen years. In 2013, Dr. Tucker also began in the role of Chief Experience Officer for UAB Medicine. In this role Dr. Tucker works with stakeholders numbering over 14,000 at Alabama's largest employer in the practice of evidence based leadership and enhancing the patient experience in the setting of a changing healthcare environment.
- Former member of the following committees and task forces:
- Leadership and Workforce SCC
- Shaping the Future Campaign
- HIV, Program Directors, LGBT, and Heart Failure SIGS
- Scientific Subcommittee
- Fellowship Task Force (Chair)
- Fellowship Summit (Chair)
- UNIPAC Writer
- Education & Training SCC
- SIG Chairs
- Annual Assembly Planning Program (Chair)
- Heart Failure SIG (Chair)
Tara C. Friedman, MD FAAHPM (2018-2019)
Dr. Friedman is HPM fellowship trained and board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Hospice and Palliative Medicine. She serves as Regional Medical Officer of Aspire Health, providing clinical leadership for Aspire's research, advocacy, orientation and training, and clinical projects. She also serves as the lead physician for Aspire's Mid-Atlantic market, guiding the clinical care of community-dwelling patients with serious illness across the Philadelphia area, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and DC.
Before joining Aspire, Dr. Friedman spent 10 years working at the full time medical director of a large urban hospice program and five years as the medical director of national palliative care practice, developing hospital-based consultative services. She is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at Drexel University College of Medicine.
- Member, 2000-present
- Five well-attended highly-rated presentations at the last six AAHPM annual assemblies
- Associate-Editor-in-Chief, AAHPM Quarterly, 2011-present
- Member, Editorial Board, AAHPM Quarterly, 2006–2011
- Products and Publications Task Force, 2008
- Nominating Committee, 2009
- Medical Director Credentialing Committee, 2010–2013
- Governance Committee, 2013-present
Holly Yang, MD MSHPEd HMDC FACP FAAHPM (2019-2020)
Scripps Health Inpatient Providers Medical Group
San Diego, CA
Dr. Yang provides hospice and palliative care services in the Scripps Health system. She has taught medical and interdisciplinary trainees in Hospice and Palliative Medicine (HPM) both in the US and internationally. She serves as the HPM Fellowship Program Co-Director at Scripps Mercy Hospital for the UCSD/Scripps HPM Fellowship Program. Her particular interests include: the intersection and integration of HPM with national and international health care systems, health professional education, communication skills training, whole-person care for the healthcare provider, and advocacy for HPM patients and the field.
- Member since 2003
- Board of Directors, Member (2013-2019)
- Ascend - AAHPM Leadership Forum, small group navigator (2015, 2018)
- Co-editor HMD Regulatory Module (2015)
- HPM Curricular Milestones/EPAs Workgroup, Member (2014-2019)
- Workforce and Leadership SCC, Member (2014-2018)
- Workforce Committee, Chair (2014-2018)
- Service of Remembrance Planning Committee (2014-2015)
- Innovative Fellowship Models Workgroup, Member (2013)
- Co-editor HMDC PREP (2013-2014)
- Education and Training SCC, Member (2012-2013)
- Clinical Education Committee, Chair (2012-2013)
- Clinical Education Committee, Member (2009-2012)
- Co-editor of HPM FAST 1st and 2nd editions (2008-2012)
- Co-editor of the HPM PASS 1st, 2nd, and 3rd editions (2007-2016)
- AAHPM LEAD participant (2009-2011)
- Annual Assembly concurrent session/pre-course workshop presenter (2010-2011, 2014-2017, 2019)
- Hospice Medical Director Forum presenter (2011)
- Fellowship Program Summit presenter (2010-2011)
Disclosures: VitalTalk Partner
Tammie E. Quest, MD FAAHPM (2019-2020)
Emory Palliative Care Center
Tammie E. Quest is the Director of the Emory Palliative Care Center for Emory's Woodruff Health Sciences Center where she is also the Hospice and Palliative Medicine fellowship program director. She is Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, and Division of Geriatrics and Gerontology at the Emory University School of Medicine. Tammie, is an emergency medicine physician by training, and has been
a pioneer nationally integrating palliative care education and practice into the emergency setting. Tammie is a Project on Death in America (PDIA) Scholar and nationally recognized expert in palliative care in the emergency setting, as well as the Director of the Education in Palliative and End of Life Care—Emergency Medicine (EPEC-EM) Project and the Center to Advance Palliative Care's Improving Palliative Care in Emergency Medicine (IPAL-EM) project. In addition, she has served on the ABIM Hospice and Palliative Medicine Exam Writing Committee for the past several years.
- Diversity and Inclusion Committee, co-chair: 2013-2017
- Nominating Committee, member: 2015
- Capitol Hill Day, participant
- Special Interest Group (SIG), memberships: Emergency Medicine, Physician Assistants
- Annual Assembly Presentations - multiple original research and education presentations; focus on quality, pain and symptom management, emergency care, diveristy and inclusion, unconscious bias, African-Americans, and EOL
Chief Medical Officer
Joe Rotella, MD MBA HMDC FAAHPM
American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Joe Rotella served as Chief Medical Officer for Hosparus, a community-based hospice in Louisville, KY for 15 years. During his tenure, he helped establish hospice inpatient units, palliative care consultation services, and a palliative medicine fellowship. Heeding a call to leadership and innovation, Rotella earned an MBA in Entrepreneurship from the University of Louisville. His work with the Academy includes serving on the Quality and Practice Standards Committee, Choosing Wisely Task Force and co-chairing the AAHPM and HPNA Measuring What Matters initiative and the AAHPM Hospice Medical Director Conference.
Joe knew he was bound for medicine when he entered college, but majored in English because he believed medicine belongs as much to the humanities as to the sciences. During his 12 years practicing primary care internal medicine in rural New Hampshire, he witnessed significant suffering in his sickest patients and their families and dedicated himself to finding ways to make their healthcare more human and compassionate. Rotella also founded an oncology support clinic at his local hospital and attended a seminar in England where he was inspired by the work of Dame Cicely Saunders.
- Ex-officio member of Board of Directors
- Former member of
- Fellowship Directors Forum
- Education & Training SCC
- Quality Practice Standards Task Force
Disclosures: Employed by the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
Directors At Large
Elise C. Carey, MD (2018-2021)
Mayo Clinic Rochester
Bio to come.
- Coming soon
Vicki Jackson, MD MPH FAAHPM (2018-2021)
Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Jackson is the Chief of the Palliative Care Division at Massachusetts General Hospital and is the former Fellowship Director for the Harvard Palliative Medicine Fellowship. She completed training in palliative care at The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She joined the faculty of Massachusetts General Hospital in 2002 and pursued further research training in the Program for Cancer Outcomes Training. She was selected for the Harvard Academy Education Fellowship where her work focused on the development of end of life medical and communication curriculum which was the basis for the curriculum for the Harvard Palliative Medicine Fellowship. In 2009, she was selected as the Rabkin Fellow in Medical Education at The Beth Israel Hospital. Currently, she is the Palliative Care lead investigator for a grant funded by the National Institutes of Health investigating the effect of early ambulatory palliative care for patients with advanced cancer. Her work focuses on developing curricula to train others in the communication skills required to deliver this care. She spends much of her time developing, teaching, and evaluating palliative medicine curricula for medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty. Nationally she served as Co-Chair for an innovative 3 year academic leadership training program for junior palliative medicine faculty with American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. She also served as the Co-Editor for a series devoted to the clinician-educator in The Journal of Palliative Medicine.
- Current member of the Academic Palliative Medicine TF
- Former member of the following committees and task forces:
- Fellowship Task Force
- Lead Development Task Force
Arif Kamal, MD MBA MHS FAAHPM (2018-2021)
Duke Cancer Institute
Bio to come.
- More to come.
Tammy Kang, MD FAAHPM (2019-2022)
Texas Children's Hospital
Tammy Kang received her medical degree from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and completed her pediatric residency at University of California, San Francisco and a fellowship in pediatric hematology/oncology at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is board certified in pediatric hematology/oncology and hospice and palliative medicine. Kang is the inaugural chief for palliative care at Texas Children’s Hospital, associate professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, and Associate Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs for the Department of Pediatrics. She has given numerous lectures across the country and authored articles and chapters on topics related to the care of children with serious illness.
Kang serves as co-chair for the National Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care Collaboration. She is a member of the Supportive and Palliative Care Board of the National Cancer Institute PDQ and a founding member of the Pediatric Palliative Care Research Network. She also serves on the technical advisory panel for the Joint Commission Certification in Advanced Palliative Care and the NCP Clinical Practice Guidelines for Quality Palliative Care.
- More to come.
Chad Kollas, MD FACP FCLM FAAHPM (2017-2020)
UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health
Bio to come.
Dana Lustbader (2019-2022)
ProHEALTH, New York
Lake Success, NY
Dana Lustbader is triple board certified in hospice and palliative medicine, critical care medicine, and internal medicine. She founded the division of palliative medicine, created the HPM fellowship and developed the nation’s third progressive care unit for Northwell Health, a 22-hospital health system in New York. After 20 years of inpatient focus at Northwell, Lustbader subsequently launched a home-based palliative care program that serves 1,800 patients in the New York City metro area with plans to scale through partnership with Optum. She also served as senior medical director for Aspire and launched its Northeast market. Most recently, her focus has been to create home-based and outpatient palliative care services in the home and in their cancer center. A member of the Academy since 2005, Lustbader also has served on numerous AAHPM committees. She is currently working with NCQA and RAND to develop quality metrics and a patient survey for the field and has been involved with developing an Alternative Payment Model for Palliative Care.
- More to come.
Thomas Smith, MD FAAHPM (2018-2021)
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
Tom is a medical oncologist and palliative care specialist with a lifelong interest in better symptom management, open and accurate communication, and improving access to high quality affordable care. He is the Director of Palliative Medicine for Johns Hopkins Medicine, charged with integrating palliative care into all the Johns Hopkins venues. The hospital wide PC consult service sees over 1850 patients a year, runs multiple outpatient clinics, and has a growing research agenda with “Scrambler Therapy” for pain (Avon Foundation), peri-operative palliative care (PCORI), integrated palliative care for patients on Phase I drug trials (RO1), and communication. He used an ACS grant to study "ABH" gel for nausea, which led to the AAHPM Choosing Wisely statement and removal from most hospice formularies.
Dr. Smith has a long track record of starting innovative programs with concurrent evaluation of their impact on care and costs, including the Virginia Rural Cancer Outreach Program, the Thomas Palliative Care Program, the Virginia Initiative on Palliative Care, and the Rural Palliative Care Program, among others. They train 3-5 adult and pediatric HPM fellows yearly.
Dr. Smith received the national Humanism in Medicine Award in 2000, and twice was voted the VCU Distinguished Clinician. In 2012 Bruce Hillner and he received the ABIM “Professionalism” Prize for their NEJM article “Bending the Cost Curve in Cancer Care” and leading the “Choosing Wisely” initiatives for AAHPM and ASCO. In 2015 he received the national American Cancer Society Trish Greene award to a person who has “…devoted a significant portion of their careers to the various areas of quality of life, and have accomplished outstanding research that benefits cancer patients and their families.” In 2018, he was recognized as a Visionary in HPM.
- Industry Relations Advistory Group
- Former member of
- Research Committee
- Quality & Research SCC
Disclosures: Member of ASCO and co-chair of their CSF Growth Factor Guideline Panel, Neuropathy Guideline Panel, Lung Cancer Guideline Panel, recurrent Prostate Cancer Panel, Value of Cancer Care Task Force
Shaida Talebreza, MD HMDC FAAHPM AGSF (2018-2021)
University of Utah George E. Wahlen, Salt Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Bristol Hospice
Salt Lake City, UT
Dr. Shaida Talebreza MD, AGSF, FAAHPM, HMDC serves as Associate Professor at the University of Utah and is board certified in in family medicine, geriatric medicine, hospice and palliative medicine, and is hospice medical director certified. Dr. Talebreza serves as a palliative care specialist and geriatrician for the George E. Wahlen, Salt Lake City Veterans Affairs Medical Center and as a national leader for the VA National Center for Ethics in Health Care VA Life-Sustaining Treatment Decisions Initiative (VA LSTDI). The goal of the VA LSTDI is to develop and implement new practices to ensure that the values, goals, and life-sustaining treatment decisions of seriously ill Veterans are elicited, documented, and honored. Dr. Talebreza strives to promote geriatric, hospice and palliative medicine education nationally. She serves as one of the leaders of AAHPM’s Hospice Medical Director Leadership Council and is the creator and lead editor of the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) Geriatrics Evaluation and Management Tools, a web-based educational resource and smartphone clinical app. She is the recipient of the American Geriatrics Society Outstanding Junior Clinician Educator of the Year Award, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources Geriatric Academic Career Award (GACA), and the Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Physician Award. Dr. Talebreza is passionate about providing comprehensive, compassionate, evidence-based care to people with serious illness and educating and inspiring others to do this important work.
- Hospice Medical Director Leadership Council, member: 2016-present
- Education & Training SCC, member: 2016-2018
- AAHPM/American Geriatric Society Collaborative Workgroup, member: 2014-present
- External Awareness Committee, member: 2013-2018
- Hospice Medical Director Education Committee, member: 2013-2018
- Annual Assembly Planning Committee, member: 2011-2015
- Hospice Medical Director Course, faculty and co-chair, 2012-2017
Paul Tatum, MD MSPh CMD AGSF FAAHPM (2018-2021)
University of Missouri
Paul Tatum is a family physician, geriatrician, palliative care physician, and hospice medical director who sees patients in primary care ambulatory clinics, in hospital palliative care consults, in nursing homes and with hospice. He is fellowship director for HPM at the University of Missouri. He serves on the National Medical Directors Advisory Council of Compassus Hospice and Palliative Care. He dreams of the day when every American receives excellent palliative care and he strives to be an effective advocate for making comprehensive primary, secondary, and tertiary palliative care a reality.
- Public Policy Committee (2011-2015)
- Prior chair of State Health Policy Working Group (2013-2015)
- Founding co-chair of geriatrics SIG
- Member of the Development Task Force (2012-2014)
- Advocate for the Save Our Seat AMA retention program
- Participated in AAHPM Leadership in Education and Academic Development (LEAD) Program
- Member of the AAHPM/American Geriatrics Society collaboration group
- PC-FACS Senior Section Editor (2010-2012)
- Presenter at Annual Assembly and Board Review Courses and an Advocacy webinar
Ruth Thomson, DO MBA HMDC FACOI FAAHPM (2017-2020)
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Ruth has had the privilege of practicing full-time in Hospice and Palliative Medicine since 2001. She has achieved Internal Medicine, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, and Hospice Medical Director Board Certification and is recognized as a fellow of the AAHPM and the ACOI. She is known for her expertise in hospice care – particularly in regulations, quality, and inpatient hospice care. She served 16 years at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton, rising to the level of Chief Medical Officer. In that role, she led a team of over 30 physicians and nurse practitioners caring for more than 5,000 hospice patients and 1,800 palliative care patients annually. Ruth joined the faculty at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in 2017, serving as Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and as the Medical Director for the Jack Byrne Center for Palliative and Hospice Care. She championed the successful opening and directs ongoing clinical operations of the Center, which offers a unique model of providing hospice care in an academic medical center setting. An Academy member since 2006, Ruth has eagerly volunteered in numerous capacities over the years. She is passionate about increasing access to palliative and end-of-life care for those facing serious and terminal illness. She is also an ally to the LGBTQ community and an advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Member since 2006
- Board of Directors, Director At Large, 2017-2020
- Board of Directors Nominating Committee, 2018-2019
- Diversity and Inclusion Committee, member, 2018-present
- Public Policy Committee, co-chair, 2016-2018; member, 2012-2018
- State Health Issues Working Group, member, 2013-2018
- Advance Payment Model Task Force, member, 2016- 2018
- Alternative Payment Development & Strategy Summit, attendee, 2016
- Advocacy and Awareness Strategic Coordinating Committee, member, 2016-2018
- Regulatory Issues Advisory Group, chair, 2016-2017
- HMDC Recertification Task Force, Member, 2015-2016
- Capitol Hill Days, participant, 2012-2015
- Writing / Editorial
- UNIPAC 1 module, primary author, 2017
- HPM FAST Hospice Regulatory Module, co-editor, 2019, 2015
- HMD PREP Module, co-editor, 2019; section editor, 2014
- Annual Assembly, presenter, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
- Summer Institute – Hospice Practice is Changing, faculty, 2016
- Special Interest Group (SIG) memberships (past/present): LGBTQ, Osteopathic, State Health Policy Discussion Community
Disclosures: Scientific Advisory Board, P & C Pharma
Eric Widera, MD FAAHPM (2019-2022)
University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
Eric Widera is a clinician-educator in the Division of Geriatrics at the University of California San Francisco. His main goal is to improve the care provided to elderly patients with severe chronic and/or terminal conditions through program development and educational innovations. Eric accomplishes this through various leadership roles, including Director of the Hospice & Palliative Care Service at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and Program Director for the Geriatrics Fellowship at UCSF. Eric received his medical school training at UCSF and his internal medicine training at Mount Sinai Hospital. He returned to UCSF to complete a fellowship in Geriatric Medicine. He joined the faculty at UCSF in August of 2006. Since then, Eric has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards including a Geriatric Academic Career Award (GACA), the Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Physician Award, AAHPM Hospice and Palliative Medicine Leaders Under 40 award, and the AAHPM PDIA Palliative Medicine National Leadership Award, and the AAHPM Visionary Award. He is also a co-founder of GeriPal, a Geriatrics and Palliative Care blog and podcast, as well as ePrognosis, an online set of prognostic calculators for the elderly.
- AAHPM member since 2007
- External Awareness Task Force, chair
- Choosing Wisely Task Force, member
- Advocacy & Awareness Strategic Coordinating Committee, member
- AAHPM & AGS Collaboration Committee, member
- Association and Section Editor for PC-FACS
- AAHPM Board Review Co-Chair
Donna Zhukovsky, MD FACP FAAHPM (2019-2022)
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Professor of Palliative Care at MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC) and board certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine (HPM) and Medical Oncology, Dr. Zhukovsky has over 30 years of experience in HPM, starting before the formal inception of our specialty. An institutional leader of Advance Care Planning, the Psychosocial Council and former chair of the Clinical Ethics Committee, Dr. Zhukovsky maintains a strong focus on the provision of adult and pediatric clinical care, while conducting clinical trials and promoting evidence-based care in the field of Palliative Medicine through research, education and advocacy. Recently, she was named the physician lead of an institutional operational priority committee tasked with integrating end of life care into a culture where aggressive efforts at anti-cancer treatment predominate.
Nationally and internationally, she has played an active role on the NCI PDQ Supportive Care Board and has served as a palliative care grant reviewer for the ACS, NCI-Canada and the Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute. First and foremost a clinician, Dr. Zhukovsky is the recipient of competitive research grants (American Cancer Society, MDACC institutional awards, industry) that have focused on pediatrics and advance care planning. She has authored multiple peer-reviewed papers, chapters and editorials, is the past Editor-in-Chief of PC FACS and has lectured extensively at AAHPM, ASCO, and in international venues including India and China. Through her efforts, Dr. Zhukovsky has impacted the development of a generation of AAHPM members and future HPM leaders.
- Member since 1990
- Membership & Communities SCC, Member (2010-2012)
- Research Committee, Member (2012-2014)
- Scientific Subcomittee, Member (2012-2014)
- Abstract Reviewer for Annual Assembly (2015)
- PC-FACS, Associate Editor (2005-2009)
- PC-FACS, Associate Editor in Chief (2009-2012)
- PC-FACS, Editor in Chief (2012-2017)
- Publications Committee, Member (2012-2017)
- Publications Committee, Chair (March 2018-present)
- Awards Committee, Member (2017-2019)
- Presenter at multiple concurrent sessions at Annual Assembly since 1999
AAHPM's Chief Medical Officer sat down with some of our past presidents to talk about their year as president. Listen to their stories with the links below.
2018: Tammie E. Quest, MD FAAHPM (interview)
2017: Janet Bull, MD MBA HMDC FAAHPM (interview)
2016: Christian Sinclair, MD FAAHPM (interview)
2015: Christine Ritchie, MD MSPH FACP FAAHPM (interview)
2014: Jean S. Kutner, MD MSPH FAAHPM (interview)
2013: Amy P. Abernethy, MD PhD FACP FAAHPM
2012: Timothy E. Quill, MD FACP FAAHPM (interview)
2011: Ronald J. Crossno, MD FAAFP FAAHPM (interview)
2010: R. Sean Morrison, MD FAAHPM (interview)
2009: Gail Austin Cooney, MD FAAHPM HMDC (interview)
2008: Russell K. Portenoy, MD (interview)
2007: J. Cameron Muir, MD FAAHPM (interview)
2006: Ron S. Schonwetter, MD FAAHPM (interview)
2005: Robert M. Arnold, MD FAAHPM (interview)
2004: James Cleary, MD (interview)
2003: David M. McGrew, MD FAAHPM (interview)
2002: Martha Twaddle, MD FAAHPM FACP (interview)
2001: John W. Finn, MD FAAHPM
2000: Carla S. Alexander, MD FAAHPM (interview)
1999: Michael H. Levy, MD PhD (interview)
1998: Walter Forman, MD FAAHPM
1997: Ira Byock, MD FAAHPM (interview)
1996: Laurel Herbst, MD (interview)
1995: Charles Sasser, MD FAAHPM FACD (interview)
1994: Gerald Holman, MD FRCP(C) FAAP
1993: Jack Starr, MD
1992: Marty Skinner, MD
1991: J. Andrew Billings, MD
1990: Wilbur Flannery, MD
1989: Robert Miller, MD
AAHPM Executive Interviews