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Pagan_John23508Dr. John J. Pagan, MD celebrates his 30th year as a General Surgeon this year, practicing in Bucks County at Saint Luke’s University Hospital and Grand View Hospital. Dr. Pagan has been a dedicated and engaged member of local, state, and national professional associations for decades, including a graduate of the inaugural class of the PAMED Physician Leadership Academy, 2011 recipient of the PAMPAC R. William Alexander, MD Award for Political Advocacy, and most recently a 2020 inductee for the Philadelphia Academy of Surgeons. A trained Parliamentarian, Dr. Pagan has served as the Speaker of the PAMED House of Delegates since 2017. Dr. Pagan was the Founding Physician for Volunteer Doctors Care in Upper Bucks County, and began his career of service earning his Eagle Scout Badge.

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hertzbergDr. Todd M. Hertzberg, MD, FACR also celebrates his 30th year as a Physician specializing in Diagnostic Radiology this year, practicing at 3-J Imaging in Allegheny County. Dr. Hertzberg has been an involved and steadfast member of various state and local professional associations in Pennsylvania, New York, and Texas in addition to specialty Radiology and Parliamentarian associations. Holding current positions like Investment Committee Chair for the Pennsylvania Radiological Society since 2014, AMA Delegate for the American College of Radiology since 1997, and PAMED Vice Speaker of the House of Delegates since 2019 keeps Dr. Hertzberg engaged and contributing to the physician’s professional community. Outside of this work, Dr. Hertzberg can be found at the Pittsburgh Neighborhood Resilience Project as the Director of Performance Improvement.“It is truly my pleasure to serve as your Vice Speaker. Whether virtual or in-person, I pledge to deliver a transparent, engaging and enjoyable meeting for our Society.”

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Speakers' Podium

A note from your speakers...

  • March Speakers' Letter

    Mar 17, 2021, 09:18 AM by John J. Pagan, MD, Speaker and Todd M. Hertzberg, MD, Vice Speaker
    A few key points to note at this early date.
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