Two BIDMC Physicians Named to Board
Two members of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center community have been named to the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine.
Francisco Trilla, MD, a primary care physician and Director of Atreva Health Care, Inc. in Jamaica Plain, was named in October. He joins Myechia Minter-Jordan, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer of The Dimock Center in Roxbury, who was named to a three-year term in June.
The board, including five physicians and two public members, licenses physicians, oversees the disciplinary process and communicates with medical societies and the Department of Public Health to ensure health care quality, Trilla said.
"I am very happy and honored to be selected," he said. "I have been a primary care physician for 25 years in Boston and I have served on a number of committees at BIDMC and in the community."
Trilla notes that he and Minter-Jordan "both have a real community health care focus. I look forward to connecting with patients and the medical community to continue to provide quality health care in this state."