Robert A. Baldor, MD

Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health/Director, Community-Based Education, Office of Undergraduate Medical Education/Director of Health Policy Education, Meyers Primary Care Institute/Medical Director, Center for Developmental Disabilities Evaluation and Research at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, University of Massachusetts (UMass) Medical School, Worcester

Dr. Baldor has been teaching for 30 years and practices family medicine at the UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester. A member of the Massachusetts Governor’s Commission on Intellectual Disability, he has been recognized in The Best Doctors in America: Northeast Region and is a past-president of the Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians. He publishes and presents regularly on a variety of family medicine topics and is an associate editor for The 5-Minute Clinical Consult. Dr. Baldor practices family medicine with a special interest in developmental and intellectual disabilities. Throughout the years, he has spoken on a variety of primary care topics at the AAFP's annual meeting.