Donald E Moore, M.D, M.P.H
Dr. Moore earned his M.D. and M.P.H. degrees in 1981 from the Yale School of Medicine. He subsequently completed a three-year surgical residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. He then made a significant decision to pursue the challenges of Emergency Medicine, becoming board certified in 1994. In 1988 he opened a full-time general medicine practice in Brooklyn distinguishing himself by his service to his community and to his profession. Currently, he teaches medical students from Weill Medical College of Cornell University and nurse practitioner students from New York University and Hunter College Nursing Schools. He has been an attending physician at New York Methodist Hospital since 1990.
Dr. Moore’s service as a physician is distinguished by his leadership in organized medicine and civic advocacy. In this regard, he has served as the President of the Association of Yale Alumni in Medicine (AYAM) and President of the Medical Society of the County of Kings (MSCK). He has also served on many committees in both the state and county medical societies and as board member of several healthcare and community organizations.
Dr. Moore received the Distinguished Alumni Service Award from the Association of Yale Alumni in Medicine in June 2005. He also received an award for teaching excellence from Weill Cornell Medical School in 2000. As an “outstanding graduate” of Pace University, Dr. Moore was inducted to the Dyson Society of Fellows of Pace University 1994. On November 3, 1990 he delivered the alumni address at the Inauguration of the 5th President of Pace University. He has been recognized for his humanitarian efforts in health care delivery by the New York State Senate and the United States Congress.
As an early adopter of health information technology (HIT), Dr. Moore has used EHR technology to further his commitment to delivering quality medical care to his patients. He was among the first physicians in the country to attest successfully to Stage 1 Meaningful Use in May 2011 and played an active role in supporting efforts by Regional Extension Centers and other statewide organizations to drive EHR adoption. He was a recipient of the “MSSNY HIT Pilot Program Grant Funding”, a project developed in 2006 aimed at demonstrating Health Information Exchange and has served on committees of New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) , a statewide public and private partnership of organizations and professionals working to improve healthcare of all New Yorkers through health information technology. Currently, Dr. Moore is the Co Chair of the Health Information Technology (HIT) committee of the Medical Society of the State of New York’s (MSSNY)
Dr. Moore has extensive experience in making house calls and has completed over 10,000 in home visits since 1984. He has been the recipient of New York State grant, “The Geriatric in Home Demonstration Project” As a recognized thought leader in diabetes, hypertension, obesity and cholesterol disorders, Dr. Moore has served as consultant and speaker for pharmaceutical companies and delivered numerous lectures at continuing medical education (CME) conferences and symposia.