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									E. Lee Taylor, M.D.
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January, 2001

                                         CURRICULUM VITAE

                                    E. LEE TAYLOR, JR., M.D.

CURRENT POSITION Professor and Chair
                         Department of Family Practice & Community Medicine
                         University of South Alabama College of Medicine

BUSINESS ADDRESS 1504 Springhill Avenue, Room 3412
                        Mobile, Alabama 36604
                        Phone: (334)434-3482 Fax: (334)434-3495

BIRTH                   December 10, 1938, Sheffield, Alabama

HOMETOWN                        Florence, Alabama

MARITAL STATUS                  Married to Dianne (nee White) of Bay Minette, Alabama

CHILDREN                        David, Kaye, Michael, Bryan (5 grandchildren)

PARENTS                         Mrs. Eleanor Taylor and the late Emmett L. Taylor, Florence, AL

SOCIAL SECURITY                 XXX-XX-XXXX

EDUCATION                                                                               Degree
                                                                      Year              Conferred
Coffee High School, Florence, Alabama                    graduated 1956

University of North Alabama                                 Sept., 1960-May, 1963       B.S.
       Florence State College, Florence, Alabama
       September, 1960 – May, 1963
       (Double major – Biology and Chemistry)

University of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama              Sept., 1963-May, 1967       M.D.

Naval School of Health Sciences                                         1979            Certificate
       (Executive Medicine)

Naval School of Health Sciences                                         1981            Certificate
       (Advanced Planning/Health Policy)

Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care                          1983             Certificate
        Executives, St. Louis, Missouri
                                                                                           Degree

Harvard School of Public Health                                 1988                    Certificate
       Boston, Massachusetts
       (Program for Chiefs of Clinical Services)
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American Association of Medical Colleges                        1993                    Certificate
       Executive Development Seminar

GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION

Rotating Internship at Floyd Hospital                          July 1, 1967 -
        Rome, GA                                                June 30, 1968

FELLOWSHIP

American Academy of Family Physicians                           1974

BOARD CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners                  1968
Diplomate, American Board of Family Practice            1973
        Recertified                                             1979, 1986, 1992
Alabama Medical License (#XXXX)                                 1968 (current)
Virginia Medical License (XXXXX)                                1970 (inactive)
Texas Medical License     (XXXXX)                               1991 (inactive)

CLINICAL PRACTICE PROFILE

Aug., 1983 – Present    Academic Family Medicine, Educational Administration
                        and Teaching, Department Chairperson

Feb., 1972 –            Private Family Practice, Richmond, Virginia
Aug., 1975

Aug., 1970 –            Medical Supervisor, E. I. Dupont Cellophane Plant,
Feb., 1972              Richmond, Virginia

July, 1968 –            Private Practice, Fyffe, Alabama (rural area, Applachian
Aug., 1970              foothills)

MILITARY SERVICE

1956 – 1960             U. S. Air Force Active Duty (Honorable Discharge)
1960 – 1962             U. S. Air Force Inactive Reserve (Honorable Discharge)
1964 – 1968             U. S. Army National Guard Reserve (Honorable Discharge)
1975 – 1983             U. S. Navy Active Duty (Medical Corps) (Honorable Discharge)
1983 – 1992             U. S. Naval Reserve (Medical Corps) (Retired)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

March, 2000 -           Professor and Chair, Department of Family Practice & Community
Present                 Medicine, University of South Alabama College of Medicine, Mobile, AL

August, 2000-           Professor of Physician Assistant Studies (Joint Appointment). Department
Present                 of Physician Assistant Studies, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL
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June, 1999 -          Clinical Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Family Practice
Feb., 2000            & Community Medicine, University of South Alabama College of
                      Medicine, Mobile, Alabama

Jan., 1999-           Field Representative, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical
March, 2000           Education

Nov., 1990 –          Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Texas Tech University
Jan., 1999            Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, Texas

Nov., 1990 –          Regional Dean, Professor, Department of Family Medicine,
Jan., 1999            Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Amarillo, Texas

Aug., 1983 –          Professor and Chairman, University of Alabama, School of Medicine,
Nov., 1990            Department of Family Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama

July, 1988 –          Assistant Dean for off-campus Family Practice Programs, University of
Nov., 1990            Alabama, School of Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama

Sept. 1988 –          Director, Navy Medical Education and Training Division, Naval
Nov., 1983            Medical Command, Washington, D.C. (Presidential Meritorious
                      Service Award)

Aug., 1978–           Director, Medical Corps Programs and Clinical Investigation, Naval
Sept., 1980           Health Science Education and Training Command, Bethesda,
                      Maryland (Navy Commendation Award)

July, 1989 -          Professor, Department of Health Services Administration, Division of
Nov., 1990            Health Related Professions, School of Health Related Professions,
                      University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama
                      (secondary appointment)

July, 1987 -          Professor, Department of Nutrition Sciences, School of Health Related
Nov., 1990            Professions, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham,
                      Alabama (secondary appointment)

July, 1984 -          Senior Scholar, Center for Aging, University of Alabama, School of
Nov., 1990            Medicine, Birmingham, Alabama (secondary appointment)

July, 1982 -          Clinical Associate Professor of Family Practice, Uniformed Services,
Nov., 1983            University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland

Aug., 1975 -          Chairman, Department of Family Medicine and Director of Residency
Aug., 1978            Training, Naval Hospital, Pensacola, Florida (Presidential Meritorious
                      Service Award)
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MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES AND OFFICES HELD

   American Academy of Family Physicians, 1971 – present.

   Texas Academy of Family Physicians, 1990-1999.

   American Medical Association, 1990 – present.

   Southern Medical Association, 1990 – 1999.

   Texas Medical Association, 1990 – 1999.

   AMA Medical School Section Delegate:
      Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 1990-1999.
      University of South Alabama, 2000-present.

   Potter-Randall County Medical Society, Board of Directors, Amarillo, TX, 1990-1999.

   Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, 1990-present.

   Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians, Vice President, 1978-79; Chairman,
    Public Relations Committee; Vice President, 1982-82; President-Elect, 1982-83

   American Academy of Family Physicians Committee on Scientific Programs, 1982-88

   Richmond Academy of Family Physicians, President, 1973-74; 1974-75

   Virginia Academy of Family Physicians, Secretary, 1973-74; Board of Directors

   American Medical Association, U.S. Navy Alternate Delegate of AMA House of
    Delegates; Association of Specialty Society and Service Delegates, 1980-83

   National Medical Veterans Society, Board of Directors, 1982-92

   Member of American Medical Writers Association, 1995-1999

   American College of Physician Executives, 1996 - 1999

COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS

2000 – Pres     Drug Utilization Committee, Alabama Medicaid Agency

2000 – Pres     Community Medical Education Consortium, Alabama Southern Rural
                Access Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

1993 – 1999     Texas Medical Association, Committee on Rural Health

1989 – 1994     Editorial Board, Postgraduate Medicine

1991 – 1994     Texas Academy of Family Physicians Education Committee
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1990 – 1999     Harrington Cancer Center, Board of Directors

1990 – 1999     Potter-Randall Medical Society, Board of Directors

1993 – 1996     Amarillo Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors

1993 – 1999     Governmental Affairs Council, Amarillo, TX (Chamber of Commerce)

1998 – 1999     Chair, Local Texas State Employee Charitable Campaign (United Way)

1994 – 1995     American Heart Association (Amarillo Board Member)

1995 – 1999     Integrated Health Services, Board of Directors, Amarillo, TX

1996 – 1999     Northwest Texas Healthcare System, Board of Governors, Amarillo, TX

1992 – 1999     Family Practice Residency Review Committee (National Accrediting
                Agency for Family Practice Training (Reappointed, 1996-1999)

1989 – 1990     Self-Study Committee on Clinical Departments, Graduate Medical Education
                and Clinical Facilities, University of Alabama, School of Medicine, University
                of Alabama at Birmingham.

1988 – 1990     Education Committee, Alabama Chapter, American Academy of Family
                Physicians

1987 – 1990     Committee on Impaired Students and Faculty, University of Alabama at
                Birmingham, School of Medicine

1987 – 1988     Athletic Advisory Committee, University of Alabama at Birmingham

1988            University of Alabama, School of Medicine, Psychiatry Search Committee
                for Departmental Chairman

1988 – 1990     Clinical Academic Committee of the University of Alabama, School of
                Medicine

1984 – 1991     American Academy of Family Physicians, Commission on Education

1985 – 1986     Alabama Academy of Family Physicians, Public Relations Committee;
                Education Committee

1984 – 1986     University of Alabama Faculty and Staff Benevolent Fund Council, Vice
                President; President

1985            University of Alabama, School of Medicine, OB/GYN Search Committee
                for Departmental Chairman

1982 – 1983     Scientific Exhibits Sub-Committee, American Academy of Family Physicians
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1983 – 1984     Chairman, Scientific Paper Review Committee, American Academy of
                Family Physicians

1984 – 1986     Alabama Board of Medical Examiners, Item/Question Writer

1985 – 1989     Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the University of Alabama
                Health Services Foundation

1985 – 1990     Promotions and Tenure Committee, University of Alabama, School of
                Medicine, Tuscaloosa; and University of South Alabama College of Medicine,
                Mobile.

1985 – 1990     University of Alabama, School of Medicine, Representative, Faculty Liaison
                Committee

1979 – 1980     Department of Health and Human Services, Graduate Medical Education
                National Advisory Committee

HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF APPOINTMENTS

1983 – 1990     University Hospitals, University of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama,
                Staff, Physician-in-Chief, Family Medicine

1983 – 1990     Children’s Hospital of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama, Active Staff

1990 – 1999     Northwest Texas Healthcare System, Amarillo, Texas; Member of
                Executive Committee

1990 – 1999     Baptist - St. Anthony’s Hospital, Amarillo, Texas

1990 – 1999     Northwest Texas Healthcare System, Amarillo, Texas

1996 – 1999     Baptist - St. Anthony’s Hospital, Amarillo, Texas; Member of Executive
                Committee

2000 – Pres     University of South Alabama Hospitals, Mobile, Alabama; Active Staff

HONORS AND AWARDS

American Academy of Family Physicians Award of Merit for Significant Contributions to
       American Medicine, September, 1981

President of Medical School Class of 1966. Elected to Omicron Delta Kappa (Honorary
        Leadership Fraternity)

Meritorious Service Medal (Presidential Award) 1978, Meritorious Service as Chairman,
        Department of Family Medicine, Pensacola, Florida, U. S. Navy Hospital 1975-1978

Navy Commendation Medal – 1981, Outstanding Service as Director of Navy Medical Corps
      Education Programs, Naval Health Sciences Education and Training Command,
      Bethesda, Maryland 1978 – 1981
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Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award-Presidential)-1983, Outstanding Service as Director
        Medical Corps Programs in Education, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Washington,
        D.C., 1981 – 1983

Scouting Heritage Society James E. West Fellowship Award, November, 1996 (Boy Scouts
       of America)

Selected Honored Member of International Who’s Who of Professionals, 1997

PRESENTATIONS

“Seeking Your Own Health Care,” Alabama Gerontological Society Annual Meeting,
       Birmingham, Alabama, March 20, 1989

“Your Lifestyle and Your Health,” Morton Thiokol Retirement Seminar, Huntsville,
       Alabama, February 11, 1989

“The Importance of Credentialing Now and in the Future,” Georgia Academy of Family
       Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, September 12-13, 1987

“Recurrent Headaches,” California Academy of Family Physicians 31st Annual Scientific
       Assembly, September 9-10, 1987

“Primary Care: How Does it Differ in the Elderly?” Alabama Gerontological Society,
       Geriatric Education Center, Birmingham, Alabama, July 13, 1987

“Primary Care of the Elderly,” Alabama Gerontological Society, Geriatric Education
       Center, Mobile, Alabama, February 3, 1987

“Update on Headaches,” Alabama Chapter, AAFP Annual Meeting, Gulf Shores,
       Alabama, June 2-6, 1986

“Hematuria Workup,” Family Practice Update, Family Practice Update Course, Lloyd
      Noland Hospital, June 25-29, 1986

“Practice Management Seminar,” presentation to Army, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia, May 16, 1986

“Two Most Common Causes of Death in the United States,” Alabama Power Employees,
      Birmingham, Alabama, January 10, 1985

“Chariots of Fire,” Graduation Address to Gadsden and Tuscaloosa Family Medicine
       Residency Programs, June 19, 1984; June 28, 1984

“Headaches – An Overview,” Huntsville Family Medicine Residency Program, Huntsville,
       Alabama, April 26, 1984

“A Look at Medical Education 1847-1983,” 5th Family Practice Weekend, Selma, Alabama,
      January 28, 1984

“Referral to a Tertiary Care Center,” 1st Annual Fayette Alumni Weekend, Fayette,
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        Alabama, November 4-5, 1983

“Facts of Life,” Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians Scientific Assembly,
        Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 26, 1983

“Divided Loyalties – Are They Dilemmas of Military Medicine?” The Institute of Society
       and Ethics and the Life Sciences, The Hastings Center, New York, December 10, 1981

“Navy Graduate Medical Education,” Surgeon General’s Advisory Committee, 1980,
       1981, 1982

Faculty Development Series – Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center – Health Care
        Economics, 1994

Lectures to TTUHSC Allied Health Occupational Therapy Classes – Review of Anatomy,
        Demyelinating Diseases, Degenerative Diseases, Cerebrovascular Disease, Brain
        Tumors, and Neurological Assessment, 1995

Numerous Presentations to Community Groups on Medical Economics and Medical
      Education, 1983-present

“Medical Economics 101” – TTUHSC, (Texas Tech Unversity Health Sciences Center) El Paso
       Campus, Kellogg Students, 1997.

“Trends in Medical Education” – TTUHSC, First Amarillo Pediatric Symposium, 1997

“Trends in Medical Education” – TTUHSC, School of Pharmacy faculty, 1997

PUBLICATIONS

Taylor, E., “Rural Health Issues in Texas,” Panhandle Health, Spring 1998 Issue

Taylor, E., “Health Care Economics,” Panhandle Health, Guest Editor, Spring, 1993 Issue

Taylor, E., “Economics of Medical Practice,” Essentials of Family Practice, First
        Edition, RAKEL, W.B. Saunders, 1992 (Chapter 15)

“The Doctor’s Bag,” a Weekly Newspaper Column in the Amarillo Globe News, Amarillo,
       Texas, 1991-1999

Taylor, E., “Economics of Family Practice,” Textbook of Family Practice, RAKEL,
        Fourth Edition, W. B. Saunders, 1989

Harrington, T., Taylor, E., “Gastroenterology Update,” “Cholecystitis and Cholelithiasis,”
        Primary Care 15(1): March, 1988

Harrington, T., Taylor, E., “Rapid Detection in Streptococcal Pharyngitis: A Comparison of
        Strep Antigen Tests with the Traditional Throat Culture,” Journal of Continuing
        Medical Education for the Family Physician, May, 1986

Taylor, E., “Have I done all I can Do?” Alabama Family Physician, 18(4): December, 1985
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Taylor, E., “Trends in Medical Education,” U. S. Navy Medicine, 73(5): May, 1982

Taylor, E., “Civilian-Military Contingency Hospital System, U. S. Navy Medicine, 73(4):
        April, 1982

Taylor, E., “An alternative to Immediate Private Practice,” Resident and Staff Physician,
        October, 1982

Taylor, E., “Navy Graduate Medical Education,” U.S. Navy Medicine, June, 1979

Taylor, E., (co-author), “Arterial Blood Gases, Vol. I and II,” Home Study Self-Assessment
        Course for American Academy of Family Physicians, March and April, 1979

GRANTS AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

Establishment of the Department of Family Medicine, University of Alabama, School of
        Medicine, September 1, 1988 to August 31, 1991 -- $294,117


Predoctoral Training in Family Medicine, University of Alabama, School of Medicine,
       Department of Family Medicine, July 1, 1988 to June 30, 1991 -- $248,079

National Education Foundation, University of Alabama, School of Medicine, Department
       of Family Medicine, 1986 -- $46,000

Faculty Development in Family Medicine, University of Alabama, School of Medicine,
        Department of Family Medicine, July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1987 -- $389,160.
        (Resulted in 1 year fellowship with masters degree in higher education for some
        faculty)

Establishment of the Department of Family Medicine, University of Alabama, School of
        Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, September 1, 1983 to August 31, 1986 –
        $367,000

Graduate Training in Family Medicine, University of Alabama, School of Medicine,
       Department of Family Medicine, July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1986 -- $257,240

Area Health Education Clinics, 1993-1994 -- $19,221 (Co-participant, Texas Tech)

Don & Sybil Harrington Foundation Scholarships, 3 year program, 1993-1996:
                      Faculty                $ 25,000
                      Residents              $450,000
                      Students               $180,000

Northwest Texas Healthcare System and St. Anthony’s Hospital Scholarships, $25,000/per
      resident, as an incentive to remain in the Panhandle area 24 months to practice in a
      primary care field, upon completion of residency training, 1994.
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TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
COMMITTEES AND SERVICE

   School of Pharmacy, Founding Dean Search Committee member

   Chair, Search Committee for TTUHSC, El Paso, Regional Dean

   Chair, Search Committee for TTUHSC, Odessa, Regional Dean

   TTUHSC Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee

   TTUHSC Graduate Medical Education Advisory Committee

   Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), Chaired TTUHSC, School of
    Medicine Self-Study Governance Committee during accreditation


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
COMMITTEES AND SERVICE

   Executive Council and Clinical Chairs Committee

   Medical Staff Executive Committee, USA Hospitals

   Family Practice/Internal Medicine Committee, USA Women’s and Children’s Hospital

   Continuing Medical Education Committee

   Faculty Committee of Appointments, Promotion, and Evaluation

   Chair, Credentials Committee, USA Hospitals

								
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