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At the 2022 House of Delegates, the California Medical Association (CMA) Solo and Small Group Practice Forum (SSGPF) gave San Francisco radiologist Roger Eng, M.D., its Doctor of the Year Award. This award is bestowed upon an individual who has gone above and beyond in efforts to represent the independent physicians of California.

“Dr. Eng's tireless efforts in championing causes to support the sustainability of solo and small group practices in California made him an ideal choice for being nominated for this year's award,” said SSGPF Chair Join Luh, M.D. “Over the years, I have marveled at how Dr. Eng keeps his hand on the pulse of what goes on in the California State Legislature, bringing relevant issues to the attention of state medical organizations, like the CMA. His leadership skills are an asset to both CMA and its Solo and Small Group Practice Forum.”

Dr. Eng has been a member of CMA for 31 years, serving as a trustee and delegate, and is a past president of the San Francisco Marin Medical Society and the California Radiological Society. He earned his medical degree from George Washington University's School of Medicine & Health Sciences and earned a Master of Public Health from George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health.


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