Paul Gordon, MD, MPH

Professor, Family and Community Medicine
Director, CPSEE

Dr. Gordon practices full spectrum family practice including care of hospitalized patients and provision of maternity together with delivering babies. In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Gordon is a faculty member at the College of Medicine – Tucson, where he teaches and supervises family practice resident physicians and medical students. He is honored to be involved with the Societies program.

Research Interests: 

Women’s health Delivering medical services to underserved populations Education

Degrees
  • MD: Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, 1983
  • MPH: University of Arizona College of Public Health, 2001
Honors and Awards
  • Voted in "Best Doctors in America," 2009-2011
  • Vernon and Virginia Furrow Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education Teaching, College of Medicine – Tucson, 1992
  • Vernon and Virginia Furrow Award for Excellence in Basic Sciences Teaching Medical Students, College of Medicine – Tucson, 1997
  • Silver Award for Best Practices in Distance Learning Programming, U.S. Distance Learning Association, 2007
Residency
  • University of Rochester, Family Medicine
Internship
  • University of Rochester, Family Medicine
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Family Medicine, 1986