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April 28, 2022 (Phoenix) — The Arizona Medical Association (ArMA) is pleased to announce the election of our 131st president, Jennifer Hartmark-Hill, MD, FAAFP. Dr. Hartmark-Hill has a rich history of involvement in the medical community, and she will be an exemplary leader and advocate during her one-year term as president.
“It is truly an honor to serve as president of an organization that has strongly established credibility and a proven track record within the healthcare community, reflecting a long history of success serving both physicians and patients of Arizona,” expressed Dr. Hartmark-Hill. “As president, I am dedicated to furthering ArMA’s mission, with a focus on empowering physicians’ leadership. I look forward to bringing the physician community together in the spirit of service to one another, our profession, and our patients.”
Dr. Hartmark-Hill is a Mayo Clinic-trained Family Medicine physician, an alum of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix (UA COM-P), and an award-winning medical educator. She currently serves in many capacities at UA COM-P, acting as Director of the Faculty Development Fellowship, Director of the Program for Narrative Medicine & Health Humanities, and Director of the Patient-Centered Care curriculum. In 2021, she received the “Excellence in Education” Award from the Maricopa County Medical Society (MCMS).
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