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Curriculum Vitae

DAVID ALLAN YORK

Demography:

Address (Home): 6041 Underwood Ave., (Harrisburg) Charlotte NC 28213
Phone: (704) 455-7465 (Home), Email: d9321@aol.com Immigration status: US Citizen, Naturalized; Dual Citizenship, Canada by birth.
Linked in profile: www.linkedin.com/pub/david-york-b-sc-m-d-m-b-a/92/b69/227/


Education:

A. Undergraduate (Premedical) University: (1973 1977) Faculty of Science, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ont.,
Degree BSc. (Honours Biology and Chemistry)
B. Medical School (1977 1981): University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont.,
Degree - M.D. (LMCC)
C. Postgraduate Medical Training: Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S.
Dalhousie Family Medicine Residency Program, (1981-1983)
Degree - see CFPC below
E. Graduate School:
Graduate School of Business, MBA program Rivier College, Nashua NH, (1996 – transfer 1999)
Graduate School of Business, Southern New Hampshire University, Hooksett, NH (1999 – to present)
Degrees: MBA completed June 2003 and Graduate Certificate in Health Administration completed Fall 2003
Graduate School (Post-bacchalauriate program) UNCC University City Blvd, Charlotte NC 2011 to currently enrolled.
(Added credits equivalent to (third) Bachelors Level major in Applied Mathematics and Statistics)
Studying Graduate level statistics (non-degree program)
Fellowship: Dartmouth Faculty Development Institute (for Teachers of Family Medicine), Nov1997 – Sept1998.

Employment:

A. Private Emergency and Family Practice (Self-Employed) Canada 1983 1995, (Details on Request)
B. Full-time Family Practice , St. Joseph Family Med. Ctr., Derry Rd.,Hudson NH, 03054 , Feb 1995 to August 19
C. Family Physician and Medical Director, Capital Region Family Health Center and NH-Darthmouth Family Practice
Residency Program – Concord, 250 Pleasant St., Concord NH 03301. September 1997 to September 1999
D. Part-time Emergency Practice, Keane Emergency Associates, The Cheshire Medical Center, 580 Court St, Keane NH. Jan1996 Feb 2004.
E. Part-time Emergency Practice, Greater Nashua Emergency Medical Associates, St Joseph Hospital, Kinsley St., Nashua NH, 03060 September 1997 – February 2003.
F. Full Time Emergency Medicine, Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Medical Center Manchester, 716 Smyth Rd, Manchester NH 03104, March 1999 to February 2004
G. Part-time Instructor, Department of Organizational Management, Graduate School of Business, Southern New Hampshire University, 2500 River Rd, Manchester NH. Nov 2003- Mar 2004.
H. Full Time Emergency Medicine, Department of Veterans Affairs, Fayetteville VAMC, 2300 Ramsay St, Fayetteville NC March 2004 to March 2005.
I. Full Time Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine Provider, Carolinas Physician Network – Cox Road Urgent Care, 603 Cox Rd, Gastonia NC; April 2005 to present; Contact Pam Brown AVP-Urgent Care Clinics, Carolinas Physician Network of The Carolinas Healthcare System, E orehead Rd, Charlotte, NC. April 2005 – March 2009.
J. Full Time Medical Director, Concentra Medical Center 104 Capitol St., Augusta ME Mar 2009 – April 2010 (terminated).

Awards and Grants:

A. Guelph Waterloo Centre for Graduate Work in Chemistry,Summer Res, Assistantship 1976
B. Ontario Liver Foundation, Research Assistantship 1978
C. P.S.I. Foundation, Clinical Praeceptorship 1979
D. P.S.I. Foundation, Grant in Aid of Study of Prehospital Systems, Toronto Emerg. Services 1986
E. Fellowship Grant, Dartmouth Faculty Development Institute, Dartmouth College, Hanouver HN 1997/98

Publications: (See addenda for Abstracts)

Tizard, I.R., A. Mellors, W.L. Holmes & K. Neilson " The generation of phospholipase A and hemolytic fatty acids by autolysing suspensions of T. congolense” Tropenmed Parasitol. 1978 Mar;29(1):127-33. (technical -contributor)

Other Professional Activities:

Delegate/Contributor Working Group on Care and Transport of the Critically Ill in Ontario, Dept. of Emergency Services, Ontario Ministry of Health, Bristol Place, Toronto Mar. 1986.
Disaster Planning - Mass Casualty Triage Course, Canadian Emergency Preparedness College, Arnprior, Ontario CAEP/Emergency Preparedness Canada June 1990
Member at Large, Base Hospital Advisory Committee, Waterloo Region District Health Council and Cambribge Memorial Hospital (Pre-hospital and ALS committee for Region of Waterloo). 1988 - 1994
Task Group, Regionalized Patient Centred Medical Record, KW Hospital and Information Systems Strategic Planning Committee, KW Hospital. 1993-1995.
Chairman, Physician Advisory Team, Patient Care Information System, K-W Hospital Kitchener. 1994-1995.
Physician Member, Community Health Information Network Workgroup, Ontario Network Infrastructure Prog. for Waterloo Region. 1994-1995
Physician Communications Work Group, KW Hospital, Aug 1993 - Dec. 1994
Inter- Professional Relations, Process Development Task Group, KW Hospital (Development of Richmond BC. Model of Conflict Resolution for KW Hospital.)
Chief of Family Practice, Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital, King St. Kitchener, Ontario, Apr 1994 - Apr. 1995.
Chairman, Medical Information System Task Group, First Choice PHO, 1 Tara Blvd. Nashua NH, July 1995
Associate Clinical Professor Dept Community and Family Medicine – Dartmouth College ( Concord – Dartmouth Family Practice Residency) Concord NH, Designed and taught the Practice management and Informatics curriculum. July 1997 – Sept 1999.
Adjunct Clinical Professor of Nursing, University of New Hampshire Durham NH, as Clinical Praeceptor for Advanced Nurse Practitioner Students at CRFHC Concord (as above, 1998-1999).
Adjunct Professor Department of Organizational Managementt, Graduate School of Business, Southern New Hampshire University, 2500 River Rd Hooksett, NH. Taught Health Administration - Comparative Healthcare Systems and Continuing Process Improvement (TQM in Healthcare).
Past Member-at-Large, Kennebec County Public Health Advisory Committee, Augusta Maine, 2009 - 2010.


Special Interests:

Operations Research – Mathematical Programming, Queuing models and Stochastic Models.
Computers - Decision Support Systems, Medical Informatics and Clinical Record Systems., Database Management Systems.
Software experience:

  • Operating systems; Windows 3.11 - Windows 7; Linux;
  • Office suites: Microsoft Office - All parts of suite.
  • Database systems - MySQL, Crystal reports, Access/ODBC, Btrieve, dBase/xBase systems;
  • and statistical packages: SAS, R language, MS Excel spreadsheet modelling, Rockwell Arena/Siman Process and Queue Simulation.
  • Programming Languages/Environments:, SQL, Java, R JavaScript/PHP, Matlab / Scilab, Basic/VisualBasic/VBA Fortran 95, Prolog


Academic Appointments:

• Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Community & Family Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH. Faculty, New Hampshire-Dartmouth Family Practice Program Concord. 1997-1999
• Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing, University of New Hampshire, Durham NH, Clinical Preceptor in the Advanced Nursing Practice Program. 1998-1999
• Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Business, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester NH 2003-2004.


Formal References:

Professional References:
Marjo Mitchell (Hebert) Vice President, Physician Services, Capital Region Health Care / Concord Hospital 250 Pleasant St, Concord NH 03301 (603) 225-2711.
Dr. Andrew Breuder, Chief of Medical Staff; VAMV Manchester 718 Smyth Road Manchester, NH 03104 603-624-4366, 800-892-8384
Ms Pam Brown, cell: 704-589-0903 and Ms Jane Meier cell: 704-936-6475, Directors Physician Services
Carolinas Physicians Network 1025 Morehead Medical Dr # 500Charlotte, NC 28204 (704) 446-2320
Dr. S. Hardy, 8 Cody Dr. Thomasville, NC cell: 336-324-1062, office: 336-475-2348, Pediatrician email:shardy@triad.rr.com
Marilyn Sterling, Cox Rd Urgent Care, 603 Cox Road Gastonia NC 28054
704-852-9561, Cell: 704-578-9251 Home:704-869-0537 Practice Manager, email:marilyn.sterling@carolinashealthcare.org
Ketan Shah MD, Carolinas Urgent Care Gastonia, 603 Cox Rd, Gastonia NC, 28054, 704-839-9072 (Urgent Care Physician - Colleague)

Teaching and Academic References:
Prof. Charles White Graduate School of Business, Southern New Hampshire University
2500 North River Rd., Manchester NH, 02104
Prof. James Frieburger Phd, Department of Organizational Management, Graduate School of Business,
Southern NH University, 2500 River Rd.,Manchester NH. 02104,
General: 800-668-1249

Personal References:
David H. Leverette, 20 Sandcliffe Place, Waterloo, Ontario, N2T 1A8, (519)748-7448 daveremaxtwin@rogers.ca (friend and associate of 25 years)
June Fawcett-Hardy ARNP, Hospice of the Piedmont, (336)475-7248, jafh1@triad.rr.com (Nurse Practioner, friend and Collaegue)
James Lu, Wells Fargo, CHarlotte, jimevo888.gmail.com(friend, classmate, analytics colleague) Econometrist and SAS Programmer-Developer
Shelby Setzer, sgsetzer@gmail.com(friend and collaborator on developmental projects) Web Developer and MOOC Development Designer



Publications Abstracts:

The generation of phospholipase A and hemolytic fatty acids by autolysing suspensions of Trypanosoma congolense.

Tizard IR, Mellors A, Holmes WL, Nielsen K.
Tropenmed Parasitol 1978 Mar;29(1):127-33

When T. congolense undergoes autolysis there is a concomitant appearance of phospholipase A activity and hemolytic fatty acids. The generation of enzyme activity is exponential, and the appearance of hemolytic activity corresponds to a free fatty acid concentration of 0.02 to 0.03 mg. per ml. The concentration of the trypanosome suspension markedly affected the kinetics of the generation process. In contrast, the autolysis of T. lewisi did not generate hemolytic activity unless exogenous phospholipase A was added to the organisms.

PMID: 347651 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



The generation and identification of the hemolysin of Trypanosoma congolense.

Tizard IR, Holmes WL, York DA, Mellors A.
Experientia 1977 Jul 15;33(7):901-2

The hemolytic activity of Trypanosoma congolense appears to be due to the presence of free fatty acids generated by the action of phospholipase A on endogenous phosphatidyl choline. Some lysolecithin also contributes to the lytic activity. Trypanosoma lewisi, being devoid of phospholipase A, does not generate free fatty acids and is therefore non-hemolytic.

PMID: 891767 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]