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Margaret                       McAloon

Margaret H. McAloon MD

Department of Medicine

Clinical Professor

Specialty/Research Focus

Internal Medicine

 

Education and Training:
  • Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Connecticut (1975)
  • Residency, Internal Medicine, University of Connecticut (1974)
  • MD, Medicine, Medical College of Pennsylvania (1971)
  • BS, Trinity College (1967)
Employment:
  • Medical Director, Hertel Elmwood Internal Medicine, Medicine, Kaleida Healtlh (2012-present)
  • Professor of Medicine, Medicine, University at Buffalo (2002-present)
  • Director of Employee Health Services, University Medical and Dental Resident Services (1995-present)
  • Acting Medical Director, Weigel Health Center, Buffalo State College (2009–2010)
  • Head, Division of Combined Medicine and Pediatrics, Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics, University at Buffalo (1993–2008)
  • Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, University at Buffalo (1981–2002)
  • Medical Director, University Physicians Center, University Physicians Center, University at Buffalo (1987–1998)
  • Head, Division of General Internal Medicine, Medicine, University at Buffalo (1982–1991)
  • Medical Director, Ambulatory Care Center, Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo General Hospital (1981–1986)
  • Director Employee Health Services, Buffalo General Hospital (1981–1985)
  • Associate Chief of Staff, Ambulatory Care, VAMC, Newington, CT. (1978–1981)
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine, Medicine, University of Connecticut Health Center (1975–1981)
  • Chief, Ambulatory Care, VAMC, Newington Ct (1975–1978)
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Awards and Honors:
  • Outreach and Support Services Award (2009)
  • Bonnie Butler Humanitarian Award, Vive Refugee Services (2005)
  • Commendation for Teaching Excellence (2000)
  • CORSA/ Medicine Award for the Prevention of Sexual Violene (2000)
  • Humanism in Medicine (2000)


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Professional Memberships:
  • NYS Department of Health-Board of Professional Medical Conduct; Member (1988–2009)
  • Buffalo Academy of Medicine; Member (1983–2006)
  • New York State Medical Society; Member (1982–present)
  • Erie County Medical Society; Member (1982–present)
  • Society of General Internal Medicine; Member (1980–present)
  • American College of Physicians (1973–present)
Presentations:
  • "Refugee Health Care Project" American Public Health Association Meeting (1991)
Service Activities:
  • Medical Advisory Board (CHOB); Member; Advisory Board (2004–2006)
  • Task Force on Womens Services; Member (CHOB); Member (2004–2005)
  • Executive Committee; Member, Dept. of Medicine; Member (2002–2008)
  • Alternate, Faculty Council; Alternate Member (2000–2004)
  • Buffalo General Hospital/Acting Medical Director/Lancaster Primary Medicine; Director (2000–2002)
  • Qualified Promotions Committee; Member; Member (1999–present)
  • Board of Directors/VIVE; Board of Directors (1995–2001)
  • Faculty Advisor; 3rd & 4th year medical students; Advisor (1988–present)
  • VIVE/Medical Advisor/Provider; Advisor (1987–2008)
  • Board of Directors/Hope of Buffalo, Inc.; Board of Directors (1986–2008)
  • Medical Advisor/Hope of Buffalo, Inc.; Advisor (1985–2008)
  • Program Director: Medicine/Pediatric Residency Training Program; Director (1983–2002)

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Contact Information

Hertel Elmwood Internal Medicine Center
900 Hertel Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14216
Phone: (716) 871-1571
Fax: (716) 871-1580
Email: mhmc@buffalo.edu

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