ACP chapter elects Woodliff governor
Dr. Dan Woodliff, associate professor of medicine, has been named governor of the Mississippi chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACP).
Woodliff served as governor-elect for one year before taking leadership of the local chapter of the ACP, the national organization of internal medicine physicians (internists).
Elected by state ACP members, Woodliff began his four-year term during the ACP's annual scientific meeting April 11-13 in San Francisco.
As governor, Woodliff will put into place national ACP projects and initiatives at the chapter level and will help organize meetings and activities in Mississippi.
The ACP is the largest medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician group in the country. ACP members include approximately 133,000 internists, related subspecialists and medical students.