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David Bronson, MD, is President of the Cleveland Clinic Regional Hospitals and serves as a member of the Executive Management Team. He also practices internal medicine on the main campus of the Cleveland Clinic.
Dr. Bronson received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maine, his MD degree from the University of Vermont, and completed residencies in internal medicine at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Vermont, where he served as Chief Resident.
He is Chairman of the Board of Governors of the American College of Physicians, and serves as Treasurer of the Board of Directors of the American Medical Association. He has published and presented papers in the areas of preoperative assessment, quality improvement, smoking cessation, predictive instruments, practice management and patient satisfaction.
Dr. Bronson has been with Cleveland Clinic since 1992 where he served as Chairman of the Department of General Internal Medicine prior to chairing the Division of Medical Regional Practice from 1995-2007. Before 1992, he was an Associate Professor of Medicine and Associate Chairman of the Department of Medicine at the University of Vermont.
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