Title: Internal Medicine Educator (Retired)
Company: Historic Port Anne Homeowner’s Association
Location: Williamsburg, Virginia, United States
Dr. Milford Maloney, Retired Internal Medicine Educator, President of the Historic Port Anne Homeowner’s Association, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educator for dedication, achievements, and leadership in medical education.
Dr. Maloney’s career began in the late 1940s, when he began working as a research chemist for the Buffalo Electrochemical Company while earning a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and premedical science at Canisius College and then continued at the institution with postgraduate work. In 1953, Dr. Maloney graduated from the University of Buffalo with an MD, continuing his medical education as an intern at Mercy Hospital at Georgetown University and then as a medical resident with the Buffalo VA Medical Center with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. He also served as a cardiology fellow at Buffalo General Hospital.
Dr. Maloney held the position of Chair of the Department of Medicine at Mercy Hospital from 1969 to 1995, simultaneously working as a program director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Mercy Hospital, and as a Council Member and committee member for the Association of Program Directors in Medicine. In 1981, Dr. Maloney became a clinical professor of medicine at the University at Buffalo, also taking on roles as an education leader for the Southern American Seminar and European Seminar for the American Society of Internal Medicine. From 1997 to 2008, he taught at the Christopher Wren Association at the College of William and Mary, and since 1997, he has been the President of the Historic Port Anne Homeowner’s Association.
A leading expert in the industry, Dr. Maloney has maintained affiliation with a variety of professional organizations. He is a founding member of the Greater Williamsburg Virginia Symphony Society and has served as the President of the Erie County Medical Society. Furthermore, Dr. Maloney has chaired the Long-Range Planning Committee at the American Society of Internal Medicine, having served as the organization’s president from 1990 to 1991. Dr. Maloney has also been a member of the American Medical Association, the American Society of Internal Medicine, the University at Buffalo, the Society of Internal Medicine, the American College of Physicians, the American College of Cardiology, the Home Owners Association, and the Virginia Society of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Maloney’s achievements in the field have earned him recognition with numerous awards and accolades. In 2005, the Mercy Hospital Foundation presented the Heritage Award to Dr. Maloney. That same year, he received the Lifetime Career Achievement Award from the Medical Alumni Association at the University at Buffalo. Mercy Hospital recognized Dr. Maloney as an Outstanding Medical Teaching Attending Award in 1994, and he received the Berkson Excellence Award in Teaching and Art of Medicine from the University at Buffalo, a Distinguished Alumni Award from Canisius College, a Scroll of Honor from the Center for the Advancement of Research and Education, and the Man of the Year Award from the Heart Association.
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