Two physicians appointed to Arizona Medical Board

NEWS IN BRIEF — Posted Jan. 19, 2004

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Ingrid E. Haas, MD, and Douglas D. Lee, MD, recently were appointed to the Arizona Medical Board by Gov. Janet Napolitano.

Dr. Haas is an obstetrician-gynecologist practicing in Scottsdale. Dr. Lee is an anesthesiologist in Flagstaff. They fill two vacancies left by William Wong, MD, a Phoenix radiologist, and Jay M. Crutchfield, MD, a Payson general surgeon.

Dr. Haas is a member of the Planned Parenthood Medical Review Committee and has served as a Scottsdale Memorial Health Foundation Board member since 1995.

Dr. Lee currently serves as a staff anesthesiologist at Flagstaff Medical Center and managing partner of Forest County Anesthesia.

The Arizona Medical Board consists of 12 members -- four public members and eight physicians. Board members are appointed by the governor and may serve up to two five-year terms.

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