Resident David A. Rosman, M.D. is elected to leadership post of state medical society
Waltham, Mass. - May 22 - Jamaica Plain resident David A. Rosman, M.D., M.B.A., has been elected Vice Speaker of the House of Delegates of the Massachusetts Medical Society at the organization’s annual meeting on May 17 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. The House of Delegates is the legislative and policy-making body of the organization, the professional association that represents nearly 24,000 physicians, residents, and medical students throughout Massachusetts.
Board certified in the specialty of radiology, Dr. Rosman is Medical Director of Mass General Imaging in Worcester, an Assistant Radiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Associate Director of Business Development for Mass General Imaging. He is also an instructor in radiology at Harvard Medical School.
A member of the Medical Society since 1998, Dr. Rosman has served the organization in a number of capacities. He is currently a member of its House of Delegates and has served as a member of the Board of Trustees, Vice Chair of the Medical Student Section, and a member of its Resident and Fellow Section and the committees on Finance and Ethics and Grievances.
Also active with other medical specialty organizations, Dr. Rosman has served as an alternate delegate to the American Medical Association from the American College of Radiology (ACR) and Chair of the ACR’s Radiology Integrated Care Network. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Massachusetts Radiological Society.
Dr. Rosman earned his B.A. cum laude in economics and philosophy from Dartmouth College, his M.B.A. in health care, business and public policy from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and his M.D. from the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
The Massachusetts Medical Society, with nearly 24,000 physicians and student members, is dedicated to educating and advocating for the patients and physicians of Massachusetts. The Society publishes the New England Journal of Medicine, a leading global medical journal and web site, and Journal Watch alerts and newsletters covering 13 specialties. The Society is also a leader in continuing medical education for health care professionals throughout Massachusetts, conducting a variety of medical education programs for physicians and health care professionals. Founded in 1781, MMS is the oldest continuously operating medical society in the country. For more information please visit www.massmed.org, www.nejm.org, or www.jwatch.org. ###