Dr. Rudolph Moise Makes History as Dade County Medical Association’s First Haitian American President

MIAMI, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – The Dade County Medical Association (DCMA) elected new executive committee members, and Dr. Rudolph “Rudy” Moise made history by becoming the first Haitian American to serve as president of the association.

The Dade County Medical Association was founded in 1903, making it the oldest medicial association in Florida.

“It is a great honor to lead this prestigious organization of medical professionals in Miami-Dade County,” Dr. Moise said in a statement posted on his Facebook page. “I am also privilege to be the first Haitian American in the 117 year history of this organization to hold that position,” he added.

He said he would strive to maintain the ethics of the medical profession by promoting the public health and welfare. “I shall dedicate myself and my office to improve the health standards of the people of Florida, particularly in this COVID-19 pandemic.”

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The Dade County Medical Association works hard on behalf of Miami-Dade County physicians. The Dade County Medical Association was founded in 1903. They are proud and honored to be the largest association representing physicians in Miami-Dade County. The Dade County Medical Association supports their members in all aspects of the practice of medicine; serve physicians and their patients by establishing and promoting ethical, educational and clinical standards for the medical profession, and advocate the highest principle of all, the integrity of the patient/physician relationship.

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