Dr. Madejski elected trustee to American Medical Association
ALBION – Dr. Thomas Madejski of Albion is a new trustee for the American Medical Association. The AMA announced today that Madejski has been elected to 21-member Board of Trustees.
Madejski, a geriatrician and palliative care specialist, works in Medina with General Physician, P.C., on Ohio Street. He said on his Facebook page this morning he is “thankful and humbled” to be elected as a trustee for AMA.
He said he looks forward to working with the board “to make healthcare better for our patients and our physicians. I’m grateful to the support of so many of our delegates and will work diligently on their behalf for our profession.”
Madejski is a past president of the Medical Society of New York State. He is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo School of Pharmacy and The School of Medicine, SUNY Health Science Center in Syracuse. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Hospice Palliative Care.
He and his wife Sandra have also established the David and Donna Marie Meza Health Equity Fund to support health equity initiatives through the AMA Foundation.
Dr. Meza delivered more than 10,000 babies in his career that included working at the former Arnold Gregory Memorial Hospital in Albion and the Medina Memorial Hospital. Dr. Meza died on April 23 at age 89. He practiced medicine from 1959-2010.
He was the attending physician of OB/GYN at New York Metropolitan Medical Center, until he and his late wife Donna Marie moved to the Albion area.
Support from this fund is focused on the AMA’s Center for Health Equity and the Foundation’s Community Health Program. Eligible initiatives must demonstrate a commitment to addressing health disparities and promoting health equity in diverse, economically disadvantaged environments. Preference shall be given to initiatives that support health literacy and self-management. Click here to make a tax-deductible donation in direct support of this fund.