CHICAGO: FL internist named AMA president-elect
Cecil B. Wilson, MD, an internist from Winter Park, FL, was named president-elect of the American Medical Association. Following a year-long term as president-elect, Wilson will assume the office of AMA president in June 2010. First elected to the AMA Board of Trustees in 2002, Wilson served a one-year term as board chair in 2006-2007. He had previously chaired the AMA's Membership Committee for three years. Prior to being elected to the AMA board, Wilson represented Florida in the AMA House of Delegates for 10 years.
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