Dennis R. Schaberg, MD, has been elected a regent of the American College of Physicians, the nation’s largest medical specialty society.
Dennis R. Schaberg, MD, has been elected a regent of the American College of Physicians, the nation’s largest medical specialty society. Dr. Schaberg is the Gene Stollerman, MD, Endowed Professor in Internal Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) and chairman of the Department of Medicine, as well associate program director of the Center for Excellence in Connective Tissue Diseases.
Dr. Schaberg is nationally known for teaching patient care and is consistently selected as the top clinician and educator by residents and student clinicians. Additionally, he has been ranked locally and nationally by his peers as a top physician.
Recently, he was recognized as a master physician by the American College of Physicians, in honor of his significant contributions to medical science and the art of medicine. This recognition was preceded by ACP’s Laureate Award for his demonstrated commitment to excellence in medical care, education, research and service.
Dean of the UTHSC College of Medicine Henry G. Herrod, MD, commented, “This is indeed a high honor and reflects the many contributions Dr. Schaberg has made to the field of internal medicine.”