Effective immediately, Lee Radosh, MD, and Richard L. Alweis, MD, both of Sinking Spring, are the new Program Directors for the Family Medicine and Internal Medicine Residency Programs, respectively.
Dr. Radosh replaces D. Michael Baxter, MD, current Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine. Dr. Baxter served as the Family Medicine Residency Program Director since 1990.
Dr. Alweis replaces David L. George, MD, who held the Internal Medicine position since 2004. Dr. George is now Vice President & Chief Academic Officer at the Hospital.
Dr. Radosh joined the Hospital in 2000 as a Faculty Associate in the Family Medicine Residency Program. He served as Associate Director of the program for 2006-2010. He also serves as: Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family, Community, and Preventive Medicine at Drexel University College of Medicine; Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at Penn State College of Medicine; and Associate Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine in the Temple University School of Medicine.
Dr. Radosh earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Pennsylvania in 1993. He received his medical degree in 1997 from the Temple University School of Medicine, completed a family medicine residency at Lancaster General Hospital in 2000, and a fellowship in primary care faculty development at Michigan State University in 2001.
Dr. Alweis joined the Hospital as Associate Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program in 2008. Previously, he served as Associate Program Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program at Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, Mass., from 2004-2007, and Medical Director of Mount Auburn Healthcare at Arlington from 2006-2007. He is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in Medicine at Jefferson Medical College.
Dr. Alweis received his bachelor’s degree in biology from Brown University in 1995, and his medical degree from Brown’s University of Medicine in 1999. He served both his internship and residency at Mount Auburn, achieving the Chief Resident position from 2002-2003. In 2007, he completed a fellowship in medical education, also at Mount Auburn.