Maureen Francis, M.D., Selected President-Elect of the Texas Chapter of the American College of Physicians

Maureen Francis, M.D., Selected President-Elect of the Texas Chapter of the American College of Physicians

FrancisMaureen Francis, M.D., assistant dean for Medical Education and College Master at the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine as well as Medical Skills Course co-director in the Department of Medical Education and associate professor in internal medicine, was selected President-Elect of the Texas Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACP).

The ACP is the nation’s largest medical specialty society, and provides a powerful voice for the specialty of internal medicine and patients. ACP membership is well over 137,000 nationally, and includes generalists and subspecialists, physicians in practice, resident physicians, fellows, and medical students. Their mission is to promote quality health care for all Texans by strengthening the practice of internal medicine.

Dr. Francis obtained her medical degree from Jefferson University and completed her internship and residencies at William Beaumont Army Medical Center. She is board certified by the American Board of Internists and is a member of the ACP, the Texas Medical Association (TMA), and the El Paso County Medical Society.