Florida Medical Association

FMA Magazine - Q2 2013

Magazine of the Florida Medical Association

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Early Adopter Joining the FMA as a student made Board member Marc Inglese, M.D., a believer in the power of organized medicine. By Erika D. Peterman Click here for audio. If you want to know what the future of physician leadership looks like, have a conversation with Florida Medical Association Board member Marc Inglese, M.D. Dr. Inglese is only in his 30s, but he's an organized medicine veteran whose FMA involvement goes back to his days as a University of Florida College of Medicine student. He balances a demanding career as part owner of Dermatology Associates, a thriving group practice in Tallahassee, and life as the father of two young sons. As if that weren't enough, he also serves on the FMA Board of Governors so that he can play an active role in creating the organization's vision to help physicians practice medicine. As physician leaders from the Baby Boomer generation begin to retire, the profession is depending more and more upon younger doctors like Dr. Inglese to take the lead in health care advocacy. In between seeing patients, he took some time to talk to Florida Medical Magazine about his career in medicine, why FMA membership matters to young physicians who don't identify as "joiners" and what motivates him to go the extra mile for organized medicine. On joining the FMA and pursuing leadership On choosing medicine On the challenges and opportunities for today's doctors On what the FMA has done for him lately Click the links at right to read more about Dr. Inglese in his own words. On what the FMA has done for YOU lately Gators or 'Noles?

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