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Cristina V. Beato

Executive Director for Health Policy and International Medicine

University of New Mexico

Direct Phone: (505) ***-****direct phone

Email: c***@***.edu

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University of New Mexico

1 University Of New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico,87131

United States

Company Description

The UNM Cancer Center is the Official Cancer Center of New Mexico and the only National Cancer Institute-designated Cancer Center in the state. One of just 68 premier NCI-Designated Cancer Centers nationwide, the UNM Cancer Center is recognized for its scienti... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Director

Pan American Health Organization


Affiliations

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Assistant Secretary


Food and Drug Administration

Senior Advisor On International Nutrition Policy and Health Literacy


Department of Health and Human Services

Assistant Secretary of Health, One of the Top Policy Officials


UNM Alumni

Board Member


Americas Health Foundation

Board Member


House Committee On Oversight

Part of the Committee's Investigation


Human Services.

Assistant Secretary


National Coalition of STD

Board Member


DHHS/CDC/NCHSTP

Principle Deputy Assistant Secretary


Food and Drugs

Senior Advisor To the Commissioner


Office of the Secretary

Assistant Secretary for Health


Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States

Assistant Secretary for Health


US DHHS

Assistant Secretary for Health


The One Click Group

Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health


Office of Public Health and Science , Office of the Secretary

Assistant Secretary for Health


Education

M.D.

Purdue University


M.D.

University of New Mexico


bachelor of science degree

chemistry and biology

University of New Mexico


bachelor's of science

chemistry and biology

UNM School of Medicine


doctorate of medicine

UNM School of Medicine


master's degree

University of New Mexico School of Medicine


master's of public health degree

occupational medicine

University of Wisconsin


Web References(185 Total References)


www.alamogordonews.com

Dr. Cristina Beato, a former UNM School of Medicine administrator, has been on unpaid leave since 2001, when she started a stint at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
She told The Associated Press on Tuesday that she's seeking a job at UNM so that she can care for her 91-year-old father and because she has always had a desire to return to New Mexico. Beato currently serves as the chief medical officer for the firm, Ernst & Young. Beato said Tuesday that she submitted a resume for the post that she should have updated to reflect formal titles, but she performed all the work listed. She was criticized in particular for a hospital case in 1999 in which a pregnant 16-year-old had seizures and entered a vegetative state, she said. The girl was kept alive for several months to allow the baby to be born. Afterward, the teenager required convalescent care. Beato said she made arrangements for the girl to be transported back to Mexico, at the request of her family. But the plane was turned back at the U.S.-Mexico border, and the girl later died at a hospice center in Albuquerque. Beato said the hospital did not provide convalescent care and characterized the case as unfortunate and complex. Still, some who have worked with the hospital do not want to see Beato return. Michelle Mendez, who was on the hospital's Board of Trustees from 2006 to 2011, said she feels that Beato would undermine policies at UNM to ensure care for the uninsured and improve care for those living in the country without legal permission to the detriment of New Mexico's population. Beato said she doesn't discriminate against anyone as a health care professional but also believes that people shouldn't rely solely on government handouts. "I take care of people, I don't ask if you're documented or undocumented," she said.


www.oldamericancentury.org [cached]

Rear Admiral Cristina Beato: Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, Department of Health and Human Services
In June 2004, Cristina Beato admitted to her hometown newspaper that she hadn't paid much attention to the details of her resumé. That's too bad, because those silly little details seem to have stalled her confirmation for assistant secretary for health for over two years now. Beato said she earned a master's of public health in occupational medicine from the University of Wisconsin (but the university doesn't even offer that degree). She claimed to be "one of the principal leaders who revolutionized medical education in American universities by implementing the Problem Based learning curriculum" (but the curriculum was developed while Beato was still a medical student). She listed "medical attaché" to the American Embassy in Turkey as a job she held in 1986 (but that position didn't exist until 1995). She also boasted that she had "established" the University of New Mexico's occupational health clinic (but the clinic existed before she was hired, and there was even another medical director before her)


www.oldamericancentury.com [cached]

Rear Admiral Cristina Beato: Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, Department of Health and Human Services
In June 2004, Cristina Beato admitted to her hometown newspaper that she hadn't paid much attention to the details of her resumé. That's too bad, because those silly little details seem to have stalled her confirmation for assistant secretary for health for over two years now. Beato said she earned a master's of public health in occupational medicine from the University of Wisconsin (but the university doesn't even offer that degree). She claimed to be "one of the principal leaders who revolutionized medical education in American universities by implementing the Problem Based learning curriculum" (but the curriculum was developed while Beato was still a medical student). She listed "medical attaché" to the American Embassy in Turkey as a job she held in 1986 (but that position didn't exist until 1995). She also boasted that she had "established" the University of New Mexico's occupational health clinic (but the clinic existed before she was hired, and there was even another medical director before her)


www.ilw.com [cached]

Rear Admiral Dr. Cristina V. Beato, FAAFP
Rear Admiral Dr. Cristina V. Beato, FAAFP Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Cristina V. Beato is focused on leading the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) efforts to reduce health disparities, combat HIV/AIDS, encourage prevention strategies for reducing chronic diseases, and advance women's health. She is a spokesperson for HHS and has been actively involved in the Department's efforts to encourage immunizations, increase preparedness for public health emergencies, promote research integrity and ethics, and establish a women's hospital in Afghanistan. Board certified in family medicine, Dr. Beato has dedicated her professional life to improving the health and well being of individuals, families, and communities. She emigrated from Cuba in her childhood, and went on to receive her undergraduate and medical school education at the University of New Mexico (UNM). During her medical residency, Dr. Beato instituted the first formal medical community outreach program for abused, neglected, and abandoned children at the All Faiths Receiving Home in Albuquerque where she later served as medical director. Prior to joining the Department, Dr. Beato served her community in various capacities, including as the UNM School of Medicine associate dean for clinical affairs and chief medical officer of the UNM Hospital System, the first woman to serve in that position.


mail.oldamericancentury.org [cached]

Rear Admiral Cristina Beato: Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, Department of Health and Human Services In June 2004, Cristina Beato admitted to her hometown newspaper that she hadn't paid much attention to the details of her resumé.That's too bad, because those silly little details seem to have stalled her confirmation for assistant secretary for health for over two years now.Beato said she earned a master's of public health in occupational medicine from the University of Wisconsin (but the university doesn't even offer that degree).She claimed to be "one of the principal leaders who revolutionized medical education in American universities by implementing the Problem Based learning curriculum" (but the curriculum was developed while Beato was still a medical student).She listed "medical attaché" to the American Embassy in Turkey as a job she held in 1986 (but that position didn't exist until 1995).She also boasted that she had "established" the University of New Mexico's occupational health clinic (but the clinic existed before she was hired, and there was even another medical director before her)


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