Dr. Eddie Greene is Associate Professor of Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He is a board-certified internist and nephrologist, with a practice focused on the medical care of the patient with kidney disease. Following graduation from the University of Minnesota Medical School, Dr. Greene completed his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Minnesota and subsequently served our years in the United States Public Health Service. After completing his Public Health Service commitment he subsequently completed a fellowship in nephrology at the University of Minnesota and focused his nephrology training and much of his subsequent NIH funded research and clinical investigation career on the physiology and pathophysiology of mechanisms associated with the progression of chronic kidney disease.
Since becoming a Mayo Clinic consultant, Dr. Greene has served in several capacities, including Director of the Office for Diversity in Education, a member and Vice-Chair of the Mayo Medical School Admissions Committee, member of the Mayo Clinic Rochester Personnel Committee, Director of the Mayo Clinic CTSA/CCatS Health Disparities Education Group, Chair of the Mayo Clinic Charity Care Committee, and President of the Officers and Councilors of the Mayo Clinic Voting Staff. Dr. Greene is currently a member of the Board of Governors and Internal Trustees of Mayo Clinic.
On the national level, Dr. Greene was a founding member and past President of the NIH-NIDDK National Minority Research Investigators group. He is currently a member of the American Society of Nephrology Communications Committee, Associate Editor of the journal Diabetes Care, and also serves as a member of the National Advisory Council of the NIH Institute on Health Disparities.
Article by Eddie L. Greene, Akram Boutros & Vivian S. Lee
If you’re doing the right thing to transform care delivery, your organization can bear the cost.
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People don't often listen to what you say. But they hear what you do.
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But first, it may help to know you’re doing a good job.