Four New Trustees Appointed to Foundation Board

The North Carolina Medical Society Foundation (NCMSF) elected four new Trustees to its Board earlier this month. The new trustees are:

James “Jim” B. Jones, MD, a longtime leader at the NCMS (a member since 1962) and the NC Academy of Family Physicians, most recently served as Medical Director of Black River Health Services until several years ago when he retired. Currently, he serves as Board Chair of his local CCNC network, Community Care of Lower Cape Fear, previously having served as Medical Director of that CCNC Network.

Gerri Mattson, MD, MSPH, an NCMSF Leadership College graduate and graduate of the Leadership College Faculty Training program, currently serves as a pediatric medical consultant with the NC Division of Public Health, Children and Youth Branch in Raleigh.

Lisa Shock, MHS, PA-C, also a graduate of the Leadership College and the Leadership College Faculty Training Program, is currently Associate Vice President of Care Transformation at Cornerstone Health Care, High Point. She also is a former NCMSF Community Practitioner Program participant from 2007-10.

Steven Shaber, JD, is a health care attorney with Poyner Spruill and has served as a consultant to NCMS Accountable Care Task Force and to the NCMS Physician Hospital Issues Committee. Most of his health law work focuses on Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse, false claims, hospital medical staff matters and professional licensing board cases.

Members of the Board also thanked the following Trustees who are rotating off the Board for their years of service:

  •  Elizabeth P. Kanof, MD
  • James E. Hill, Jr., PA-C
  • Robert “Charlie” Monteiro, MD
  • John Frank

The new officers are:

  • Hadley Callaway, MD, President
  • Douglas Sheets, MD, President-elect
  • John Mangum, MD, Secretary-Treasurer
  • Darlyne Menscer, MD, Immediate past-president
 
 

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  • Chuck Willson MD

    Good choices.
    Keep up the good work with the Community Practitioner Program