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US Army internal medicine Masters, Fellows honored by American College of Physicians
Date:5/15/2012

al Military Medical Center (Washington, D.C.)
Col. Ronald D. DeGuzman, M.D. (Allergy/Immunology); Maj. Fouad J. Moawad, M.D. (Gastroenterology); Maj. James E. Moon, M.D. (Internal Medicine); Maj. Kristopher M. Paolino, M.D. (Infectious Disease); Maj. Sheri K. Dennison, M.D. (Hematology/Oncology); Maj. Aaron B. Holley, M.D. (Pulmonology/Critical Care Medicine); Maj. Jeffrey S. Kunz, M.D. (Cardiology); Maj. Kevin M. Woods, M.D. (Cardiology); Maj. Ganesh Veerappan, M.D. (Gastroenterology); Lt. Col. Paige E. Waterman, M.D. (Infectious Disease ); Maj. Jason A. Regules, M.D. (Infectious Disease)

Madigan Healthcare System (Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash.)
Col. Michael J. Wilson, M.D. (Cardiology); Richard K. Ling, M.D. (Internal Medicine); Anne B. Rossignol, M.D. (Hospice Care & Palliative Medicine); Maj. Rodd E. Marcum, MD (Internal Medicine); Maj. David Owshalimpur, M.D. (Nephrology)

Brooke Army Medical Center (Fort Sam Houston, Texas)
Lt. Col. Andrew P. Cap, M.D. (Hematology/Oncology); Lt. Col. Robert F. Setlik, M.D. (Hematology/Oncology); Mai T. Nguyen, M.D. (Pediatrics & Nephrology); Maj. Kimberly C. Salazar, M.D. (Allergy/Immunology)

William Beaumont Army Medical Center (El Paso, Texas)
Maj. Laudino M. Castillo Rojas, M.D. (Cardiology)

Tripler Army Medical Center (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Maj. Sean N. Dooley, M.D. (Pulmonology/Critical Care Medicine/Sleep Medicine); Maj. Rajat R. Fofaria, M.D. (Cardiology)

Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center (Fort Meade, Md.)
Col. Mammen P. Mammen, Jr., M.D. (Infectious Disease)

Winn Army Community Hospital (Fort Stewart, Ga.)
Lt. Col. Richard G. Malish, M.D. (Cardiology)

Womack Army Medical Center (Fort Bragg, N.C.)
Maj. Ramey L. Wilson, M.D. (Internal Medicine)

Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center (Fort Hood, Texas)
John Richard Barrett, M.D. (Internal Medicine); Maj. Kyra P. Clark, M.D. (Internal Medicine/Sleep Medicine)


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