Meet Your New Leaders
- From a field of five, the Congress elected three family physicians for the AAFP Board of Directors. John Bender, M.D., M.B.A., of Fort Collins, Colo.; Gary LeRoy, M.D., of Dayton, Ohio; and Carl OIden, M.D., of Yakima, Wash., will serve three-year terms. Olden had previously been elected to serve a one-year term, filling a vacated seat.
- — Diana Mokaya (@Dianasplosion)Wed, Sep 30 2015 15:55:19
- — Sarah Woolsey (@SarahWoolsey1)Wed, Sep 30 2015 15:53:25new board member john bender thanks his wife who " asks for nothing and gives everything"' #AAFPCOD we love partners
- — reneecrichlowMD (@reneecrichlowMD)Wed, Sep 30 2015 16:29:19Family Medicine had no bad choices today, Strong leadership, for Strong Medicine #AAFPCOD #FMRevolution https://twitter.com/mrsbrull/status/649255955465654272 …
- — Jen Brull (@mrsbrull)Wed, Sep 30 2015 16:03:16
- — Diana Mokaya (@Dianasplosion)Wed, Sep 30 2015 16:05:39
- — Alan Schwartzstein (@alsdoc1)Wed, Sep 30 2015 16:19:02
- Delegates had a tough choice to make for president-elect. The candidates were speaker John Meigs, M.D., of Centreville, Ala., and directors Carlos Gonzales, M.D., of Tucson, Ariz., and Lloyd Van Winkle, M.D., of Castroville, Texas. The first vote wasn't decisive.
- — Jessica Richmond (@rrldcME)Wed, Sep 30 2015 16:14:35
2015 Congress of Delegates: Day Three
The Congress of Delegates is the Academy’s policy-making body. During the 2 1/2-day meeting, the Congress' agenda includes addresses from AAFP officers and commissions, resolutions, candidate forums and election of leaders.