TAFP members appointed to AAFP commissions
Three TAFP members have been appointed to AAFP commissions. Justin Bartos III, M.D., has been appointed to a four-year term on the Commission on Membership and Member Services; Tricia Elliott, M.D., has been appointed to a four-year term on the Commission on Education; and Charles Willnauer has been appointed to a one-year term on the Commission on Governmental Advocacy as the commission’s student representative.
Bartos currently serves as medical director of the David Pillow Senior Health Clinic and as a physician for Medical Clinic of North Texas – North Richland Hills. He previously practiced for more than 25 years at North Hills Family Medicine, providing multigenerational care in the private practice setting.
Elliott is the director of the University of Texas Medical Branch Family Medicine Residency Program. She also serves UTMB’s Department of Family Medicine as an associate professor and as vice chair for clinical affairs.
Willnauer is a third-year medical student at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine in Lubbock. He is a participant in the Family Medicine Accelerated Track, which culminates in a medical degree in three years for students interested in pursuing family medicine. Willnauer is also pursuing an MBA in Health Organization Management.