Valentine Burroughs MD, MBA
Valentine Burroughs MD, MBA, is Chief Medical Consultant for 1CRW Worldwide.Dr. Burroughs is also currently Chief Medical Officer East Orange Medical Center in New Jersey. Dr. Burroughs has a wealth of leadership experience managed care, Health care management and administration.
Dr. Burroughs has also worked in private medical practice, hospital/clinic administration and health insurance. ?From 2007-2010, Dr. Burroughs served as Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs at Saint Francis Hospital and Healthcare Services in Wilmington, Delaware. ?He was also Chairman of the Department of Medicine at North General Hospital in New York City and served as its Chief Medical Officer from 2002 through 2007.
He was an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at the Mount Sinai school of Medicine. He was a founding member and Medical Director and Endocrinologist at Health Care New York IPA. Dr. Burroughs was past Associate Medical Director and consultant to Group Health Insurance of New York.
He received his undergraduate and medical degree from the University of Michigan and completed his internal medicine training and a year as Chief medical resident at The College of physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University at Harlem Hospital Center. He completed Fellowship in Endocrinology and Metabolism completed at New York University and earned an Executive MBA from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Managed Care Medicine, and Quality Assurance and Utilization Review.
Dr. Burroughs has years of experience in clinical practice, managed care, hospital ambulatory care, acute care administration, models of care. He has also consulted for medical-legal matters and served as an expert witness. Dr. Burroughs the author of several landmark articles and a book chapters on genetics within the pharmaceutical industry, genetic diversity in America, individualized pharmaceutical treatment and the obesity epidemic in American.