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History of NC Board of Physical Therapy Examiners

History of NC Board of Physical Therapy Examiners

By Constance W. Peake, PT, Ben F. Massey, Jr., PT & Kathy O. Arney, PT
Updated – July 5, 2017

The North Carolina General Assembly adopted the first North Carolina Physical Therapy Practice Act in 1951 to regulate the practice of physical therapy by registered physical therapists (RPTs). The State Examining Committee of Physical Therapists with 1 MD and 4 PT members was empowered to make rules, to pass upon the qualifications of applicants for registration; to prepare and conduct examinations and determine who passes. A physical therapist had to be 21 years old, of good moral character, a high school graduate and graduated from an approved PT school.  The law provided for reciprocity. It protected the title RPT, associated words and insignia. A licensee could be disciplined for being habitually drunk or addicted to narcotics, obtaining registration under fraud or being guilty of an act derogatory to the standing and morals of the profession.

A 1959 revision to the Practice Act included exemption from licensure for graduate students in special PT courses, licensure of foreign-trained therapists and adoption of a procedure for uniform revocation of licenses. The Committee was increased to 7 members by adding 2 physical therapist assistants and provided for licensure rather than registration.

A 1969 revision allowed for PTA licensure, both for graduates of approved schools and on-the-job trained aides. The age requirement for physical therapists was removed. Foreign-trained applicants were required to complete a course of instruction substantially equivalent to the U.S. trained applicant and to have proficiency in the English language.

In 1969, Constance W. Peake, PT, was hired to serve as the Board’s first Executive Secretary.  In 1976, the Board adopted Rules pursuant to the Administrative Procedures Act, which have been amended periodically.  These rules have been amended several times since then. In 1977, the Board entered into a contract arrangement with an attorney to provide legal counsel.

By a revision in 1979 to the Practice Act, the name of the regulatory authority was changed to the North Carolina Board of Physical Therapy Examiners. The licensing of aides as PTAs by equivalency was terminated.  A definition of the aide as an unlicensed person was added as were grounds for disciplinary action and a provision for enjoining illegal practices. 

In 1982 a public member was placed on the Board.

A 1985 revision replaced the requirement of physician referral for patient treatment with a provision for direct access.  To accommodate uniform testing dates, a provision was added to allow a recent graduate to be granted a permit to work as a PTG or PTAG under the immediate supervision of a licensee; however, with the advent of computer based testing, this provision was eliminated in 1998.

In January, 1987, the Board joined the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy as a Charter Member.

In 1991, the Board secured its first leased office space in Durham, NC.

In 1994, the Board appointed a Joint Task Force with the North Carolina Physical Therapy Association to address Supervision issues, an outgrowth of which was the Board’s publication of Practice Under Pressure.

In 1995, the Board established its Investigative Committee to address complaints against licensees.

In 1996, after 26 years of dedicated service, Constance W. Peake, Executive Secretary, retired.  Ben F. Massey, Jr., PT, was hired as the Executive Director to replace Ms. Peake.  That same year, North Carolina became one of the first states to move from paper and pencil examinations to computer based testing.   

In 1999, the Practice Act was revised to accommodate a fee increase and the Board relocated its office in Durham, NC.

In 2002, extensive changes in the Board’s rules to define and describe the nature of physical therapy practice in North Carolina were approved by the NC Rules Review Commission (RRC) and the NC General Assembly (GA). 

In 2003, a restructuring of the Board’s rule related to a physical therapist’s scope of practice was also approved by the RRC and the GA.

In 2004, the Board conducted 5 forums across the state (Asheville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Greenville, and Wilmington).  The topics of the forums were continuing competence, jurisprudence examination, animal rehabilitation, spinal manipulation, professional corporations, and requirement of post baccalaureate education for foreign educated physical therapists.  Straw polls were taken at each forum and there was overwhelming support for a change in the Practice Act that would give the Board statutory authority to require continuing competence / continuing education.  Also in 2004, the Board clarified its rule that requires post baccalaureate education for foreign educated physical therapists who graduate after January 1, 2003. 

In 2005, the Board addressed issues of supervision; iontophoresis and phonophoresis; and the Foreign Educated Physical Therapist (requirements for education and English language requirement).  The Board developed processes to expedite and assist victims of hurricane disasters with the licensure process.  At the NCPTA annual conference, the Board sponsored two presentations (continuing competence and mock investigative committee meeting).

In 2006, changes in the Board’s rules that clarify the educational requirements of the Foreign Educated Physical Therapist (FEPT) and documentation requirements for PTs and PTAs were approved by the RRC and the GA.  In addition, the GA adopted legislation that added the following section to the North Carolina Physical Therapy Practice Act: 

90-270.26. Powers of the Board. The Board shall have the following general powers and duties:
 (3a) Establish mechanisms for assessing the continuing competence of licensed physical therapists or physical therapist assistants to engage in the practice of physical therapy, including approving rules requiring licensees to periodically, or in response to complaints or incident reports, submit to the Board:  (i) evidence of continuing education experiences; (ii) evidence of minimum standard accomplishments; or (iii) evidence of compliance with other Board‑approved measures, audits, or evaluations; and specify remedial actions if necessary or desirable to obtain license renewal or reinstatement;

To address this legislation, the Board developed a 3-year strategic plan that included hosting 12 statewide forums for licensees to provide input, and appointed a 7-member Advisory Committee to study various options available for continuing competence and to make recommendations to the Board regarding rules for implementation.   Additionally, in 2006, the Board developed a Jurisprudence Exercise for applicants that became effective on January 1, 2007.  Lastly, the Board entered into an Agreement with the North Carolina Board of Nursing (BON) that would offer physical therapy licensees the opportunity to seek eligibility for enrollment in the treatment programs administered by the BON for practitioners who are impaired as a result of chemical dependency.

In 2007, the Board’s Executive Director and Attorney conducted 11 statewide forums to solicit input regarding proposed rules for continuing competence.  The Advisory Panel on Continuing Competence began the process of drafting rules for submission to the Board for its consideration.  Staff publicized newly adopted rules regarding documentation of patient notes. 

In 2008, the Board adopted rules for continuing competence that were submitted to the RRC in November and December, 2008.  The rules, as amended by RRC, were adopted and took effect on January 1, 2009.  The Board contracted with a consultant for continuing competence to assist with implementation of the newly adopted rules.  In October, 2008, it conducted its first of seven statewide educational programs on implementation of continuing competence.

In 2009, the Board implemented its rules for Continuing Competence. The requirement over a 2-year period is 30 points for physical therapists and 20 points for physical therapist assistants.  There are 12 categories for licensees to earn points.  The Board developed an online reporting form that  allowed licensees to enter their continuing competence activities into the Board’s database.  In addition to dedicating a specific site on the Board’s website to explain the new requirements, staff conducted statewide educational programs and dedicated its Newsletter to continuing competence.  Additionally, the Board’s consultant for continuing competence responded to 2,000+ emails and telephone calls.  In its efforts to continue to increase efficiencies, the Board continued to concentrate its efforts with the use of technology, which resulted in 97% of licensees renewing their licenses online.

In 2010, the Board adopted a Position Statement on Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling).  In response to a directive from the Governor and the North Commission Ethics Commission, the Board instituted additional training and education of its members in monitoring and avoiding the appearance of conflicts of interest, prohibition on use of public position for private gain, and filing of statements of economic interests.

In 2011, in response to a change in Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) policy that began requiring “fixed-date-testing” for applicants taking the National Physical Therapy Examination (NPTE), the Board reviewed its rules and adopted a policy that will allow students to take the NPTE before graduation provided that the program director certifies that graduation is assured.  The Board initiated its first audits of 309 licenses who failed to complete continuing competence by the deadline of December 31, 2010.  The Board hosted the FSBPT’s Annual Conference in Charlotte, NC.  Representatives of the Board met with the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board to reinforce the limitation of the practice of physical therapy to treatment of human beings. The Board joined with the NC Medical Board, NC Board of Nursing, and the NC Board of Pharmacy by filing an amicus brief in an important antitrust case.

In 2012, based on input from the general public, licensees, and the Board’s Investigative Committee, the Board adopted a recommendation of the Board’s Task Force on Rules Revision to begin the process of repealing 3 rules and amending 14 other rules.  On October 23, 2012, the Board posted the proposed revision on its website.  In addition to having a designated period to accept written comments from the general public, it conducted a Public Hearing on December 6, 2012.  At its meeting on September 13, 2012, the Board appointed a Task Force to study the issue of whether to require a Supervised Clinical Practice Program for Foreign Educated Physical Therapists (FEPTs).On December 14, 2012, the Board reached a milestone of having 10,000 active licensees.

In 2013, the North Carolina General Assembly amended the Practice Act to include the following provisions: 

  • Allows the Board to establish or participate in programs for chemical or alcohol addiction or abuse or mental health problems.
  • Allows the Board to purchase its own building.
  • Allows for licensure of FEPTA’s.
  • Allows an exemption for PT’s & PTA’s who are accompanying an athletic team or performing arts company from licensure requirement.
  • Allows for exemption for PT’s & PTA’s assisting in disasters.
  • Allows the Board to request the NC Dept of Justice to perform criminal background checks.

In addition, twenty-five (25) Board’s rules were amended for the following reasons:

  • Editorial changes as recommended by attorneys at the Rules Review Commission.
  • Compliance with G.S. 93B-2(d) – Suspension of Authority to Expend Funds.
  • Compliance with G.S. 105-249.2 to allow eligible members of the United States Armed Services to be exempt from renewal requirements.
  • For safety and security purposes, a new rule is being proposed that will allow licensees to wear a name badge displaying only their first name.
  • Clarification of the responsibilities of the physical therapist.
  • Allow Board to utilize and recognize changes in technology such as verifying or authenticating licensees in other States /Jurisdictions electronically and receive payments for services electronically.
  • Clarification of definitions.
  • Clarification and modification of continuing competence requirements.
  • Elimination of a category of discipline (Reprimand) that is obsolete.
  • Clarification of Rules related to Prohibited Actions that could lead to Disciplinary Action.

In March, 2014, auditors from the State Auditor’s Office conducted an audit by reviewing policies and procedures for compliance related to the licensing process, investigations process and online database.  In December, in response to a legislative mandate for review of licensure boards, the Program Evaluation Division (PED) of the Joint Legislative Program Oversight Committee presented its Final Report entitled, “Occupational Licensing Agencies Should not be Centralized, but Stronger Oversight is Needed.” Throughout the year, the Board had responded to surveys and met with the PED to describe the functions of the Board   Of the fifty-five (55) Licensing Boards, the PED made recommendations regarding twenty-two (22) Boards; however, no specific recommendations were made regarding the PT Board.  In December, the Board submitted 20 rules for consideration by the Rules Review Commission at its meeting on January 15, 2015.

On January 15, 2015, the Rules Review Commission voted unanimously to approve 19 rules submitted by the Board to become effective on February 1, 2015.  The RRC did not approve the Board’s proposed rule on training standards for dry needling.

In June 2016, the Board, in response to a request from the North Carolina Acupuncture Licensing Board, issued a declaratory ruling on dry needling.  On August 16, 2016, Ben F. Massey, Jr., PT, MA, Executive Director retired from daily operations.  After a national search, Kathy O. Arney, PT, MA was selected by the Board as Executive Director and Deborah J. Ragan, PT, DPT was selected as Deputy Director.  During the fall of 2016, the Board office implemented an online complaint form and provided public self-service access to disciplinary actions imposed by the Board. 

In June 2017, the North Carolina General Assembly voted to enact the Physical Therapy Licensure Compact enabling North Carolina PT licensees to participate in privileges to practice physical therapy in other participating states after receiving a privilege from the Compact Commission.  The Compact is scheduled to become effective January 1, 2018.

Number of Disciplinary Actions imposed by the Board since 1996

Year

Total

 

1996

02

 

1997

14

 

1998

06

 

1999

09

 

2000

07

 

2001

07

 

2002

08

 

2003

09

 

2004

09

 

2005

09

 

2006

07

 

2007

10

 

2008

11

 

2009

11

 

2010

07

 

2011

14

(7 related to continuing  competence)

2012

20

(6 related to continuing competence)

2013

12

(3 related to continuing competence)

2014

19

(9 related to continuing competence)

2015

05

(2 related to continuing competence)

2016

06

(0 related to continuing competence)

Total

202

 


NC BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY EXAMINER MEMBERS

1952 - Present

Updated:   July 5, 2017

 

 

                1952

Helen Kaiser, PT, Chairman
Maria Kennedy, PT, Sec-Treas.
Rita Hutto, PT, / Margaret Moore, PT
Edna Blumenthal PT / Celeste Hayden PT
George Miller, M.D.

 

                  1953
                
Helen Kaiser, PT, Chairman
Maria Kennedy, Sec-Treas,
Celeste Hayden, PT
Margaret Moore, PT
George Miller, M.D.  

 

                 1954

Helen Kaiser, PT, Chairman
Maria Kennedy, PT, Sec-Treas.
Celeste Hayden, PT
Margaret Moore, PT
George Miller, M.D.

 

                1955

Helen Kaiser, PT, Chairman
Margaret Moore, PT, Sec-Treas.
Celeste Hayden, PT
Maria Kennedy, PT
George Miller, M.D.

 

                  1956

Helen Kaiser, PT, Chairman
Margaret Moore, PT, Sec-Treas.
Maria Kennedy, PT
Anne Parrish, PT
George Miller, M.D.

 

                 1957

Anne Parrish, PT, Chairman
Margaret Moore, PT, Sec-Treas.
Helen Kaiser, PT
Maria Kennedy, PT
George Miller, M.D.

 

                1958

Anne Parrish, PT, Chairman
Margaret Moore, PT, Sec-Treas.
Routh Dixon, PT
Edith Vail, PT
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                  1959

Anne Parrish, PT, Chairman
Edith Vail, PT, Sec-Treas.
Margaret Moore, PT
Olive Wortman, PT
G. Erick Bell, Jr. M.D.

 

                 1960

Anne Parrish, PT, Chairman
Edith Vail, Sec-Treas.
Rachel Nunley, PT
Olive Wortman, PT
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                1961

Anne Parrish, PT, Chairman
Edith Vail, PT, Sec-Treas.
Rachel Nunley, PT
Olive Wortman, PT
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                  1962

Olive Wortman, PT, Chairman
Rachel Nunley, PT, Sec-Treas.
Eleanor Flanagan, PT
Robert Gossett, PT
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                 1963

Eleanor Flanagan, PT, Chairman
Robert Gossett, PT, Sec-Treas.
Rachel Nunley, PT
Olive Wortman, PT
Dan A. Martin, M.D.

 

                1964

Eleanor Flanagan, PT, Chairman
Mary Clyde Singleton, PT, Sec-Treas.
Olive Wortman, PT
Dorothea Wray, PT
Dan A. Martin, M.D.

 

                  1965

Eleanor Flanagan, PT, Chairman
Mary Clyde Singleton, PT,  Sec-Treas.
Olive Wortman, PT
Dorothea Wray, PT
Dan A. Martin, M.D.

 

                 1966

Eleanor Flanagan, PT, Chairman
Mary Clyde Singleton, PT, Sec-Treas.
Olive Wortman, PT
Dorothea Wray, PT
Dan A. Martin, M.D.

 

                1967

Eleanor Flanagan, PT, Chairman
Mary Clyde Singleton, PT, Sec-Treas.
Olive Wortman, PT
Dorothea Wray, PT
Thomas Dameron, Jr., M.D.

 

                  1968

Dorothea Wray, PT, Chairman
Mary Clyde Singleton, PT, Sec-Treas.
Eleanor Flanagan, PT  
Elia Villanueva, PT      
Thomas Dameron, Jr., M.D.

 

                 1969

Robert Meade, PT, Chairman
Mary Clyde Singleton, PT, Sec-Treas.
Elia Villanueva, PT
Dorothea Wray, PT
Thomas Dameron, Jr., M.D.

 

                 1970

Robert Meade, PT, Chairman
Elia Villanueva, PT, Sec-Treas.
Charlene Nelson, PT                 
Virginia Williams, PT
Ruth Catoe, PTA
Sylvia Noble, PTA
Frank W. Clippinger, M.D.

 

                  1971

Virginia Williams, PT, Chairman
Charlene Nelson, PT, Sec-Treas.
Robert Meade , PT 
Elia Villanueva, PT
Sylvia Noble, PTA
Ruth Catoe, PTA
Frank W. Clippinger, M.D.

 

                 1972

Virginia Williams, PT, Chairman
Charlene Nelson, PT, Sec-Treas.
Robert Meade, PT  
Elia Villanueva, PT
Sylvia Noble, PTA
Ruth Catoe, PTA
Frank W. Clippinger, M.D.

 

                 1973

Charlene Nelson, PT, Chairman
Elaine Eckel, PT, Sec-Treas.
Robert Meade, PT 
W. Duane Roy, III, PT               
Ruth Catoe, PTA
Emilie Garmon, PTA
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                  1974

Charlene Nelson, PT, Chairman
Elaine Eckel, PT, Sec-Treas.
W. Duane Roy, III, PT               
Mary K. Vass, PT
Emilie Garmon, PTA
Betty Mayben, PTA
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                 1975

Charlene Nelson, PT, Chairman
Elaine Eckel, PT, Sec-Treas.
W. Duane Roy, III, PT               
Mary K. Vass, PT
Emilie Garmon, PTA
Betty Mayben, PTA
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                 1976

W. Duane Roy, III, PT, Chairman
Elaine Eckel, PT, Sec-Treas.
Jean Barr, PT
Mary K. Vass, PT 
Janet Holcombe, PTA
Billy J. Watts, PTA
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                 1977

W. Duane Roy, III, PT, Chairman
Elaine Eckel, PT, Sec-Treas.
Jean Barr, PT
Mary K. Vass, PT 
Janet Holcombe, PTA
Billy J. Watts, PTA
G. Erick Bell, Jr., M.D.

 

                 1978

W. Duane Roy, III, PT, Chairman
Elaine Eckel, PT, Sec-Treas.
Barbara Doster, PT
Mary K. Vass, PT  
Janet Holcombe, PTA
Billy J. Watts, PTA
David Rendleman, M.D.

 

                1979

Mary K. Vass, PT, Chairman
Barbara Doster, PT, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Janet Holcombe, PTA
Billy J. Watts, PTA
David Rendleman, M.D.

 

                1980

Mary K. Vass, PT, Chairman
Barbara Doster, PT, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Janet Holcombe, PTA
Billy J. Watts, PTA
David Rendleman, M.D.

 

                 1981

Randall C. Stewart, PT, Chairman
Barbara Doster, PT, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT.
Robert Gossett, PT
Elizabeth Adams, PTA
Billy J. Watts, PTA
Jack Vessano, M.D.

 

                1982

Barbara Doster, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec-Treas.
Robert Gossett, PT
Gloria Sanders, PT
Elizabeth Adams, PTA
Lynn Quartararo, PTA
Shirley Wright, Public Member
Jack Vessano, M.D.

 

 

                  1983

Barbara Doster, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec-Treas.
Robert Gossett, PT
Gloria Sanders, PT
Elisha Denny, PTA
Lynn Quartararo, PTA
Shirley Wright, Public Member
Jack Vessano, M.D.

 

                 1984

Barbara Doster, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec-Treas.
Robert Gossett, PT
Gloria Sanders, PT
Elisha Denny, PTA
Lynn Quartararo, PTA
Shirley Wright, Public Member
Jack Vessano, M.D.

 

                1985

Robert Gossett, PT, Chairman
George Hamilton, PT, Sec-Treas.
Roger Meade, PT
Gloria Sanders, PT
Elisha Denny, PTA
Lynn Quartararo, PTA
Shirley Wright, Public Member
David Caldwell, M.D.

 

                  1986

Roger Meade, PT, Chairman
George Hamilton, PT, Sec-Treas.
Maria Little, PT
Sheree Watson, PT
Elisha Denny, PTA
Lynn Quartararo, PTA
Donna Creech, Public Member
David Caldwell, M.D.

 

                 1987

Roger Meade, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec-Treas.
Dianne Lindsey, PT
Sheree Watson, PT
Elisha Denny, PTA
Lynn Quartararo, PTA
Donna Creech, Public Member
David Caldwell, M.D.

 

                 1988

Sheree Watson, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec-Treas.       
Shirley Fisher, PT
Dianne Lindsey, PT
Elisha Denny, PTA
Rebecca Hamilton, PTA
Donna Creech, Public Member
David Caldwell, M.D.

 

                  1989

Sheree Watson, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec-Treas.       
Shirley Fisher, PT
Dianne Lindsey, PT
Rebecca Hamilton, PTA
Leah Sneed, PTA
Donna Creech, Public Member
David Caldwell, M.D.

 

                  1990

Sheree Watson, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec-Treas.     
Phillip Benfield, PT
Shirley Fisher, PT
Rebecca Hamilton, PTA
Leah Sneed, PTA
Donna Creech, Public Member
A. Griswold Bevin, M.D.

 

                1991

Sheree Watson, PT, Chairman
Maria Little, PT, Sec- Treas.      
Phillip Benfield, PT
Shirley Fisher, PT
Rebecca Hamilton, PTA
Leah Sneed, PTA
James Bacon, Public Member
A. Griswold Bevin, M.D.

 

                  1992

Maria Little, PT, Chairman 
Leah Sneed, PTA, Sec-Treas.    
Priscilla Beckwith, PT
Shirley Fisher, PT
Angela Hunter, PT
Rebecca Hamilton, PTA
James Bacon, Public Member
 A. Griswold Bevin, M.D.

 

                 1993

Maria Little, PT, Chairman
Leah Sneed, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Priscilla Beckwith, PT
Shirley Fisher, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Rebecca Hamilton, PTA
James Bacon, Public Member
A. Griswold Bevin, M.D.

 

                 1994

Randall C. Stewart, PT, Chairman
Leah Sneed, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Priscilla Beckwith, PT
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT
Ben F. Massey, Jr., PT
Lynn Quartararo, PTA
James Bacon, Public Member
A. Griswold Bevin, M.D.

 

                   1995

J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT, Chairman
Lynn Quartararo, PTA, Sec-Treas.  
Geraldine Highsmith, PT
Ben F. Massey, Jr., PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
JoDell F. King, PTA
James Bacon, Public Member
A. Griswold Bevin, M.D.

 

                 1996

J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT, Chairman
Lynn Quartararo, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Geraldine Highsmith, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Judy A. White, PT
JoDell F. King, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
James L. Comadoll, M.D.

 

                 1997

J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT, Chairman
JoDell F. King, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Geraldine Highsmith, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Judy A. White, PT
Thomas D. Wilson, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
James L. Comadoll, M.D.

 

1998

J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT, Chairman
JoDell F. King, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Geraldine Highsmith, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Judy A. White, PT
Thomas D. Wilson, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
James L. Comadoll, M.D.

 

1999

J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT, Chairman
JoDell F. King, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Geraldine Highsmith, PT
Patricia S. Hodson, PT
Judy A. White, PT
Thomas D. Wilson, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
James C. Harvell, Jr., M.D.

 

2000

Judy A. White, PT, Chair
JoDell F. King, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Geraldine Highsmith, PT
Patricia S. Hodson, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Eric J. Smith, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
James C. Harvell, Jr., M.D.

 

2001

Judy A. White, PT, Chair
Eric J. Smith, PTA, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT
Patricia S. Hodson, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Joanna W. Nicholson, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
James C. Harvell, Jr., M.D.

 

2002

Judy A. White, Chair
Eric J. Smith, PTA, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT
Patricia S. Hodson, PT
Joanna W. Nicholson, PTA
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
James C. Harvell, Jr., M.D

 

2003

Patricia S Hodson., PT, Chair
Eric J. Smith, PTA, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr.
Paula B. Schrum, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Joanna W. Nicholson, PTA
Avil L. Holmes, Public Member
James C. Harvell, Jr., M.D.

 

2004

Patricia S. Hodson, Chair
Eric Smith, PTA, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT
Paula B. Schrum, PT
Randall C. Stewart, PT
Joanna W. Nicholson PTA
Avil L. Holmes, Public Member
James C. Harvell, M.D.

 

2005

Randall C. Stewart, PT, Chair
Eric Smith, PTA, Sec-Treas.
J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT
Leslie P. Kesler, PT
Paula B. Schrum, PT
Joanna W. Nicholson PTA
Avil L. Holmes, Public Member
Michael C. Fajgenbaum, MD

2006

J. Herman Bunch, Jr., PT - Chairman Joanna W. Nicholson, PTA – Sec-Treas.
Leslie P. Kesler, PT
Paula B. Schrum, PT
Stuart W. MacRoberts, PT
JoDell F. King, PTA
Avil L. Holmes, Public Member
Michael C. Fajgenbaum, M.D.

2007

Paula B. Schrum, PT – Chair
JoDell F. King, PTA – Sec.-Treas.
Leslie P. Kesler, PT
Stuart W. MacRoberts, PT
Deborah J. Ragan, PT
Pearl L. Rhone, PTA
Avil L. Holmes, Public Member
Michael C. Fajgenbaum, M.D.

2008

Paula B. Schrum, PT – Chair
JoDell F. King, PTA – Sec.-Treas.
Stuart W. MacRoberts, PT
Deborah J. Ragan, PT
Pearl L. Rhone, PTA
Leslie P. Kesler, PT
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
Paul Garcia, MD

2009

Leslie P. Kesler, PT – Chair
Stuart W. MacRoberts, PT – Sec.-Treas.
Patricia S. Hodson, PT
Deborah J. Ragan, PT
Pearl L. Rhone, PTA
Judy Edwards, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
Paul Garcia, MD

2010

Leslie P. Kesler, PT - Chair
Stuart W. MacRoberts, PT – Sec.-Treas.
Patricia S. Hodson, PT
Deborah J. Ragan, PT **
Pearl L. Rhone, PTA
Judy Edwards, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
Paul Garcia, MD

** resigned Sept. 23, 2010

2011

Stuart W. MacRoberts - Chair
Pearl L. Rhone, PTA – Sec.-Treas.
Patricia S. Hodson, PT
D. Scott Gibson, PT**
Patricia A. Rode, PT
Judy Edwards, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
Paul Garcia, MD

**Filling unexpired term of D. Ragan

2012

Patricia S. Hodson, PT, Chair
Pearl L. Rhone, PTA, Sec.-Treas.
Angela L. Diaz, PT
Scott Gibson, PT**
Patricia A. Rode, PT
Judy Edwards, PTA
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
Paul Garcia, MD

** Filling unexpired term of D. Ragan

2013

Patricia S. Hodson, PT, Chair
Judy Edwards, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Angela L. Diaz, PT
Leslie P. Kesler, PT
Patricia A. Rode, PT
Eric J. Smith, PTA
Paul Garcia, MD
Gloria Lewis, Public Member

2014

Patricia S. Hodson, PT, Chair
Judy Edwards, PTA, Sec-Treas.
Angela L. Diaz, PT
Leslie P. Kesler, PT
David C. Reed, PT
Eric J. Smith, PTA
Michael Fajgenbaum, MD
Gloria Lewis, Public Member

 

 

2015

Leslie P. Kesler, PT, Chair
David C. Reed, PT, Sec-Treas.
Eric J. Smith, PTA
Michael Fajgenbaum, MD
Angela Hunter, PT
JoDell F. King, PTA
Christopher F. Dunn, PT
Gloria Lewis, Public Member
   (served until Nov 23, 2015)
Stuart W. MacRoberts, Public Member
    (appointed Nov 24, 2015)

2016

David C. Reed, PT
Michael Fajgenbaum, MD – March, 2016
Angela Hunter, PT
JoDell F. King, PTA
Christopher F. Dunn, PT
Stuart W. MacRoberts, Public Member
Stacia H. Britton, PT
Crystal D. Morris, PTA
Paul Garcia, MD – (appointed to fill remaining term of Fajgenbaum, MD)

2017

Angela Hunter, PT
JoDell F. King, PTA
Christopher F. Dunn, PT
David C. Reed, PT
Paul Garcia, MD
Stacia H. Britton, PT
Crystal D. Morris, PTA
Stuart W. MacRoberts, Public Member

 

2018
David C. Reed, PT
Stacia H. Britton, PT
Crystal D. Morris, PTA
Paul Garcia, MD
Stuart W. MacRoberts, Public Member

 

Remaining appointments (TBD)

 

 

 

 

 

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