Robert B. Scott, Sr. MD
Emeritus Professor of Internal Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Hematology, and Geriatrics; Chair, Division of Geriatrics; Medical Director of CenVaNet (a physician-Hospital Organization involved in managed care and Medicare research programs); Founder of the Virginia Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness Program (VASCAP).
Hullihen Williams Moore
BA (philosophy) Washington and Lee University; LLB University of Virginia School of Law; private practice, Christian & Barton, Richmond, VA, 1968—1992; member/chairman, Virginia State Corporation Commission, 1992—2004, the Commission is the Virginia regulator of industries that include insurance, financial institutions, securities, and public utilities.
Hunter H. McGuire, Jr.
BA (philosophy) from University of Virginia, MD from Medical College of Virginia, general medical internship in Cincinnati General, served on Navy destroyers, taught medicine and general surgery in Virginia Commonwealth University, also as interim dean, Chief of VA Surgical Service and an officer for Virginia, Eastern and Southern Surgical Societies, and for the Association of VA Surgeons, experiencing the joy of teaching clinical excellence in public hospitals. (1929 - 2018) Obituary and article.
Clarence S. Thomas, Jr., MD
BA Vanderbilt University, 1957; MD Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, 1960; Surgical Internship, Yale-New Haven Hospital, 1960-1961; Capt., USAF, Medical Corps, 1961-1963; Residency in General and Thoracic Surgery, Vanderbilt University Hospitals, 1963-1968; Fellowship in Cardiac Surgery, Mayo Clinic, 1968-1969; Cardiac Surgeon, Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 169-1970; Cardiac and Thoracic Surgeon, Saint Thomas Hospital, Nashville, TN, 1970-1991; Medical Administrator, Intensive Care Unit, Saint Thomas Hospital, 1991-1993; Chief Quality Officer, Saint Thomas Health Services, 1993-2008, CoChair of Patient Safety Committee, Ascension Health, approximately 2000-2008, Part time consultant for Healthcare Performance Improvement, 2008-2013.
Primary interest as a product of this experience: Creating the safest, most efficient, most coordinated healthcare delivery model feasible.