Robert P. Jacobs.
Jacobs joined the faculty of the George Washington University School of Medicine in 1976 where he achieved the rank of professor of medicine and served as chief of the division of rheumatology. Due to his interest in medical economics and hospital administration, he then assumed the role of vice president for medical affairs at Jeanes Hospital in Philadelphia where he also served on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania and actively participated in the rheumatology fellowship raining program.
Jacobs received his MBA from the Wharton School before returning to New York in 1991 where he served as medical director of the hospital of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine as well as associate professor of medicine. Jacobs left academic medicine to serve as the regional medical director for New York of Oxford Health Plans in 1995. He returned to academic medicine in 1998 serving as chief medical officer, then president of University MSO at the NYU Medical Center before joining SUNY Downstate Medical Center in February 2003.
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|Title Annotation:||Members on the Move|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2004|
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