Robert A Baldor, MD
Vice Chairman and former Residency and PreDoctoral Director, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health; Director of Community Based Education, Office of Medical Education; Director of Health Policy Education, Meyers Primary Care Institute; Medical Director, Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center for Developmental Disabilities Evaluation and Research; Family Medicine Physician
Assembly Sessions – Gastrointestinal: Adult and Pediatric Constipation, CME044, CME045; Psychogenic: Autism, CME223, CME224; Psychogenic: Psychogenic Blast. CME327
Dr. Baldor has been teaching for more than 20 years and practices family medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School Clinic. A member of the Massachusetts Governor’s Commission on Developmental Disabilities, he has been recognized in The Best Doctors in America: Northeast Region and is past-president of the Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Baldor specializes in developmental and intellectual disabilities and is focused on the increasing incidence of autism diagnosis and the benefits of early recognition and intervention. He has spoken on a variety of primary care topics at past Assemblies.