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August 9, 2005 Contact: Linda Green, Communications & Development Specialist New Mexico Cancer Care Alliance 505-272-7813 New Mexico Cancer Care Alliance Welcomes New Board Members Albuquerque, NM – At their recent annual meeting, the Board of Directors of New Mexico Cancer Care Alliance voted to approve the following people as new Board members: William Brown, MD, New Mexico Colon & Rectal Surgery Associates; Mary Dowling, Chief Executive Officer, VA Medical Center; Amy Tarnower, MD, Lovelace Health System; David Vigil, Chief of the Chronic Disease Prevention & Control Bureau for the NM Department of Health; Brenda Wyman, Director of St. Vincent Regional Cancer Center in Santa Fe NMCCA’s full Board of Directors also includes these members of the healthcare community: Officers: Chair: Cheryl L. Willman, M.D., Director, UNM Cancer Research & Treatment Center Vice Chair: Victor V. Vigil, M.D., Hematology-Oncology Associates, P.C. Treasurer: Mark Reifsteck, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Presbyterian Healthcare Services Secretary: Thomas Moser, Chief Operating Officer, Lovelace Sandia Health Systems Medical Director: Claire Verschraegen, M.D., UNM, Cancer Research & Treatment Center Board Members: Paul Anthony, M.D., Radiation Oncology Associates Mary Dowling Chief Executive Officer, Veterans Administration Medical Center Andrew E. Horvath, M.D., President, Pathology Associates of Albuquerque Vincent Ortolano, M.D., Urologic Oncology & General Urology Brian Vaughan, Chief Financial Officer, Albuquerque Regional Medical Center Stephany Wilson, Senior Associate University Counsel, University of New Mexico NMCCA welcomes the new Board members, thanks the continuing members for their work and looks forward to utilizing all of their expertise during their terms. New Mexico Cancer Care Alliance, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, offers New Mexico cancer patients and physicians access to the most up-top-date clinical research studies in cancer treatment. Our alliance of the major healthcare systems in Albuquerque and Santa Fe and most of the community oncology professionals allows cancer patients to receive quality healthcare locally while increasing the knowledge of cancer care globally.
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