TROY, N.Y. – Seton Health’s Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Richard A. Rubin, MD, MBA, FACP, CPE, FACPE, was recently awarded Fellowship by the American College of Physician Executives. Fellowship is one of the highest levels of achievement awarded by the ACPE.
Dr. Rubin joined Seton Health as its Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer in November 2004. ACPE’s Board of Directors honored Dr. Rubin as a Fellow for demonstrating significant and enduring contributions to the advancement of medical management.
“Fellowship is among the highest honors that can be bestowed on a physician. It shows that Dr. Rubin has attained regional and national stature while also demonstrating a mastery of clinical medicine and outstanding leadership skills,” says Clair M. Callan, MD, MBA, CPE, FACPE president of ACPE’s Board of Directors.
ACPE is the nation's largest health care organization for physician leaders. Since it’s founding in 1975, the focus of the College is to provide superior leadership and management skills to physicians and encourage them to assume more active roles in the leadership and management of their organizations. It has grown exponentially in that time, from 64 members to nearly 10,000.