Dr. W. Hugh Maloney, current president of the Washington State Medical Association (WSMA), has been named president of Kadlec Clinic, the new ulti-specialty physician practice being developed by Kadlec Health System in the Tri-Cities. Dr. Maloney is currently a practicing internal medicine physician in the Seattle area, and will begin his new role at Kadlec this summer. "We are thrilled to attract a physician executive the caliber of Dr. Maloney," said Dr. Matthew Szvetecz, chair of the Kadlec Clinic board of managers. "Kadlec Clinic is an evolving group of physician specialists which is led and governed by doctors. Dr. Maloney brings a tremendous blend of expertise and leadership to the Tri-Cities." Dr. Maloney is currently with the University of Washington's Kent/Des Moines Clinic in suburban Seattle. He is on the medical staff at Swedish Medical Center, the University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center. "I greatly look forward to coming to Kadlec and the Tri-Cities," said Maloney. "Kadlec has an excellent reputation around the northwest, and I look forward to working with the physicians in the Tri-Cities." Dr. Maloney will continue to serve as the President of the WSMA through the end of his term this Fall. In addition to his duties leading the WSMA, Dr. Maloney is on the board of governors of the American College of Physicians. Kadlec Clinic, a subsidiary of Kadlec Health System, is a multi-specialty physician group serving the Tri-Cities and surrounding region. Current specialties represented in Kadlec Clinic include Ob/Gyn, Internal Medicine/Geriatrics, Plastic Surgery (beginning in July, 2007), and Family Medicine (beginning in the spring of 2007). The governing board of managers of Kadlec Clinic is comprised solely of physicians in various specialties including Ob/Gyn, Medicine/Pediatrics, Orthopedic Surgery, Internal Medicine and Occupational Medicine. Posted by Colleen Lane on
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