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Needham, Massachusetts, United States
January 12, 2018

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John Breda, M.D. June, ****

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Needham, Massachusetts 02494 E-mail:

Professional Experience

Internal Medicine Experience

Partners Urgent Care – Medspring – Affiliate of Mass. General Hospital Dec 2015 –

Community based Urgent Care serving ages 1yr and older. Present

(full-time > 40 hours per week)

MedExpress Urgent Care (Locum Tenens Assignment) July–Nov 2015

(> 40 hrs per week)

CareWell Urgent Care, Quincy, MA May 2013-

Affiliate of Lahey Health Care, community based urgent care serving all ages. Aug. 2015

Approx 6,0000 patient visits annually

(full-time > 40 hrs per week)

Steward Medical Group – Primary Care – Steward Health Care – affiliated with Norwood Hospital Jan. 2013-

& St Elizabeth Hospital community based practice providing a broad range of general Dec. 2014

internal medicine services


Emergency Room staff physician – Veteran’s Administration Hospital Feb. 2010-

Chalkstone Ave., Providence, RI Feb, 2015

(> 4 shifts per 2 week period, Pay Grade 15/3, Medical Officer 0602)

New England and Braintree Rehabilitation Hospitals – medical coverage 2010 - Present

(approx 4 shifts per month)

Doctor’s Express Urgent Care, Braintree, MA August 2012- (40 hrs per week) Jan. 2013

Private practice – Primary Care Medicine – Medfield, MA March 2010-

Partners and Newton-Wellesley Hospital affiliated practice April 2012

(full-time 40 hrs per week)

Director and Lead After-Hours Hospitalist – Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital, Oct. 2007-

Westboro, MA. Responsibilities included establishment and ongoing Dec. 2010

management of nighttime physician hospitalist program including interviewing,

hiring, scheduling, and oversight of physicians. Patient responsibilities included

admissions and acute management of patients in a 60 bed long term acute care facility.

This experience also included coverage of their in-patient psychiatric facility.

(> full-time - 80 hrs per week)

Private Practice – Primary Care Medicine – Wollaston Medical Assoc. Oct. 2008 -

Affiliate of Quincy Medical Center. Jan. 2010

(3 days per week)

Social Security Administration – Medical Consultant - Quality assurance case review for the Oct. 2008-

Federal Social Security Administration Jan. 2010

(2 days per week)

Primary Care – Bridgewater Goddard Park Medical Associates Oct. 2006-

Approx. 4000 annual patient visits managing a full range of general medicine Oct. 2008

problems in a diverse patient population.

(full time 40 hrs per week)

Clinic Director – Concentra Clinic, Pawtucket, R.I. Aug, 2005-

Approx. 6000 annual patient visits managing a full range of occupational related Sept. 2006

injuries, including many orthopedic related problems, suturing, splinting and urgent

care injuries. Worked closely with a hand occupational therapist and physical

therapist on a daily basis. Reviewed worker’s compensation claims and

disability claims and interfaced with the insurance companies and employers.

Managed the daily activities of medical assistants and staff.

(full-time 40 hrs per week)

Private Practice – Primary Care Sept. 2004-

Approx. 4000 annual patient visits managing a full range of general medicine Sept. 2005


(full-time 40 hrs per week)

Harvard University Health Services – Dec. 2000-

Primary Care and time Urgent Care - Approx. 5000 patient visits per year Sept. 2004

in the student, staff, faculty, and retiree populations. Urgent care involved the

the management of acute medical conditions in both the adult and pediatric populations, orthopedic and sports injuries, suturing, and splinting, along. The Urgent Care Clinic setting involved working closely with nurse practitioners. Primary care of university students, staff and faculty along with their families.

Hospital Affiliations: Brigham & Women’s and Beth Israel Hospital

Boston, MA

(full-time 40 hrs per week)

Baystate Medical & Surgical, Staten Medical – ICU and telemetry hospitalist coverage 1999-2007

(approx 20 shifts per month)

Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates – Primary Care and Urgent Care 1999-2001

Medford, MA

Approx. 4000 annual patient care visits managing a full range of general medicine,

including women’s health, and half- time urgent care.

(full-time 40 hrs per week)

Aviation Medical Experience

FAA Senior Aviation Medical Examiner May, 2005 –

I have served as an AME for the past 12 years working directly with airmen performing aviation Present

medical exams, counseling them as to management of their health issues to insure compliance

with FAA standards and assisting them throughout the Special Issuance process.

Professional Experiences Prior to Medical Training

Clarinetist Oregon Symphony Orchestra, tenured member 1982-1989

Soloist Debussy Rhapsody - Oregon Symphony 1986

Recordings with the Boston Symphony - Schoenberg Gurrelieder (Philips) and Oregon

Symphony - Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 2 and Respighi Roman Festivals (Delos)

Freelance Musician Performances with Boston Symphony/Boston Pops Orchestras; Santa Fe 1976 - 1982

Opera, NM; San Francisco Opera


Medical University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA Graduation 1996


Graduate New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA Graduation 1978

M.M. (performance)

Undergraduate New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA Graduation 1975

B.M. (performance)

New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA

B.M. (music education) Graduation 1976

Trained Mediator Completed mediator training in accordance with M.G.L. ch. 233§23C 2012

Medical Training

Residency The Miriam and Rhode Island Hospitals - July, 1997-

Brown University program – Internal Medicine June, 1999

Internship Metro-West Medical Center - University of Massachusetts June, 1996-

Medical School affiliated program - Internal Medicine June, 1997

Licensure and Certification

M.D. Massachusetts License Number 155371

Rhode Island License Number MD09679

New Hampshire License Number 17456

American Board of Internal Medicine – Board Certified - Initially certified 2000, recertified 2010 - 2020

Federal Aviation Administration – Senior aviation medical examiner 2005 - Present

Certified Teacher – State of Massachusetts - 1976

Academic Appointments

Instructor in Medicine - Harvard Medical School 2001-2004


Massachusetts Medical Society (Charles River District) Scholarship 1992

Tanglewood Fellowship - Boston Symphony Orchestra & Berkshire Music Center 1982

Research Fellowships/Publications

Symphony Orchestra Institute - Occupational Medicine - Research into the effects of 1996 job stress and the presence of psychological distress in symphonic musicians

Published report: Stress and Job Satisfaction among Symphony Musicians

Betty Lea Stone American Cancer Society Research Fellowship - Research into the pharmacology of 1992

anti-cancer medication as it relates to DNA damage.


Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Who’s Who in Science and Engineering.


Aviation: Instrument Rated Private Pilot

Managed the extensive rebuild of a vintage Mooney aircraft to modern standards, retaining its status as an

FAA certified aircraft despite its highly modified status. Project required concept development,

design, engineering, generation of FAA certification and compliance documentation in conjunction with

FAA designated engineers and FAA A&P mechanics with Inspection Authority and FAA inspectors

Woodwind instrument builder 1978 - 1990

Consultant and instrument builder to colleagues throughout the US

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