Texas Medical Association President Dr. Tom Garcia acted as Master of Ceremony and introduced Dr. Kimberly E. Monday as the 115th president of HCMS, Dr. Alan P. Glombicki as the 2016 HAM president as well as the other HCMS and HAM officers.
The 2016 HAM President, Dr. Glombicki, is a gastroenterologist and hepatologist.
is in private practice at the Houston Digestive Diseases Consultants, which has three offices in Houston.
Dr. Glombicki graduated from the University of Illinois, Chicago College of Medicine in 1981, and conducted internship, residency and fellowships at Baylor Affiliated Hospitals.
He received his undergraduate degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he serves as Educational Counselor for Admissions.
He also studied public health curriculum at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston.
He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in internal medicine and gastroenterology, and has been in practice 35 years.
He currently is the Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine of the Liver Transplant Unit Gastroenterology Section at University of Texas Medical School in Houston, and a Delegate to the Texas Medical Association.
He has held numerous positions in the medical community, such as Medical Director of the Liver Transplant Unit at the Methodist Hospital, Protocol Review Auditor at the General Clinical Review Center at Methodist Hospital, a member of the Utilization Committee at Tenet Medical Systems, Director of Motility and Endoscopy at First Street Surgical Center, Ministry of Health Steering Committee at Abu Dhabi, Bahrain Hepatitis Symposia, President of Houston Gastroenterology Society, President of HCMS Central Branch, a member of the Texas Medical Association Infectious Disease Committee, Liver Clinic Director at the Hepatology/GI Clinic at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center, founding President of the American Liver Foundation of Texas, Assistant Professor of Medicine in Gastroenterology at Baylor College of Medicine, and serves on the National Policy Committee of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD).
He also is the Boy Scouts of America Philmont National Ranch High Adventure Coordinator/Wilderness Medicine Supervisor.
has affiliations with numerous hospitals in the area, including Houston Methodist Hospital
, Woman's Hospital, CHI St. Luke's Health-Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
, and multiple Memorial Hermann Hospitals.
has won numerous awards for his
work with patients, and is a leader in the medical community.
has been awarded the US News
& World Report Top Docs 1% Star Award.
Since 2002, he
has been recognized as America's Top Doctor by Castle Connolly.
He is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, American College of Physicians, American Diabetes Association, American Gastroenterological Association, and American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
office speaks multiple languages, including Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese (Cantonese) and Urdu.
Dr. Monday and Dr. Glombicki
will serve as presidents for one-year terms, ending Dec. 31, 2016.
The HAM Board of Trustees for 2016 are: Alan P. Glombicki, MD, HAM President and HCMS Member-at-Large; George D. Santos, MD, HAM Vice President and HCMS Member-at-Large; Bernard M. Gerber, MD, HAM Treasurer and HCMS Member-at-Large; and Ronald S. Walters, MD, HAM Secretary and HCMS Member-at-Large.
In the first photo:Pictured left to right, outgoing HAM President Dr. Lisa Ehrlich, Event MC and TMA President Dr. Tom Garcia, 2016 HCMS President Dr. Kimberly Monday, Keynote Speaker Emily Friedman, outgoing HCMS President Dr. Bradford Patt, and 2016 HAM President Dr. Alan Glombicki at the HCMS/HAM Installation of Officers & Leadership Recognition Ceremony on Jan. 22 at the Petroleum Club.
In the second photo:TMA President Dr. Tom Garcia congratulates newly installed HCMS President Dr. Kimberly Monday (left), and HAM President Dr. Alan Glombicki (right).