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Location:
Sugar Land, Texas, United States
Posted:
January 31, 2018

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Patrice Latimer, MD

Associate Professor

Department of Family and Community Medicine

Baylor College of Medicine

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Houston, Texas 77018

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Sugarland, Texas 77479

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Education

Stanford University, Palo Alto, California; B.S. Human Biology: 1988-1992

University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor, Michigan; M.D: 1992-1996

Postgraduate Training

University of Texas at Houston Family Medicine Residency, Houston, Texas: 1996-1999

Certifications

American Board of Family Medicine Initial certification: 1999-2005

American Board of Family Medicine Recertification: 2015-2025

National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners: 2017-2022

Medical Licensure

Texas Medical Board: 1997-present

Academic Appointments

Associate Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine: 2009-present,

Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine: 2000-2009

Clinical Instructor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine: 1999-2000

Administrative Appointments

Chief of Staff, Family Medicine Inpatient Medicine and Obstetrical Service, Ben Taub General Hospital (BTGH): 2001-present

oRestructured Inpatient Medicine service to dedicate more time to didactic teaching, bedside rounds, resident reflection and independent learning

oHelped promote a greater Family Medicine presence in labor and delivery through greater collaboration with Obstetrical service

oAddressed sentinel events to the medical review board

o Supervise 11 faculty who specialize in OB and 5 faculty who specialize in inpatient medicine

oSchedule faculty coverage on the Inpatient Medicine and Obstetrical service

oGenerated increase obstetrical volume, peak obstetrical deliveries 600 in 2006

Family Medicine Sub-Internship Clerkship, Director: 2004-2015

oGenerated more student interest in Family Medicine rotation at BTGH

oRevamped medical student evaluation form

BTGH Executive Committee Member: 2001-present

BTGH Ethics Committee Member: 2002-present

BTGH Medical Records Committee Member: 2007-present

Maternity Care and Inpatient Curriculum Leader: 2001-present

ALSO Faculty Course Director, August 2016-present

Residency Core Faculty Member, 2014-present

Honors and Awards

Baylor Family Medicine Residency Faculty Teaching Award: 2013

Chief Family Resident, University of Texas at Houston: July 1998- June 1999

Outstanding Second Year Resident: July 1997-June 1998

Teaching Service: Resident Education

Residency Core Faculty Member, 2013-present

Outpatient: precepted 1-4 residents one-two clinic sessions per week: 2000-present

Inpatient: served as attending for 3-4 residents in 2 week sessions on the Family Medicine Inpatient service: 1999-present

Inpatient: served as attending one resident per month on the obstetrical service: 1999-present

Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) Course Instructor 2006-2007

ALSO Course Provider 2007-present

Teaching Service: Student Education

Family and Community Core Clerkship students – Have precepted 1-2 students a month since 2003

Longitudinal Ambulatory Care Experience (LACE): Care of the Underserved Rotation supervised one student over 10 sessions, 2001-present

Research

Baby-Friendly Collaborative Initiative: November 2012-present

Quality Improvement Project: Supervised with residents in generating an electronic Smarttext to enhance prenatal breastfeeding education, promoted breastfeeding education at Harris Health Community Health Centers and our teaching hospital, Ben Taub General Hospital

Baby-Friendly Quality Improvement Project: Collaborating with a Hospital System Seeking Baby-Friendly Designation”, poster presentation for Baylor College of Medicine Quality and Safety Conference, May 2014

Baby-Friendly Quality Improvement Project: Collaborating with a Hospital System Seeking Baby-Friendly Designation, poster presentation, American Academy of Family Physicians National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students, August 2014

Primary Care Pipeline Advocacy, A curriculum promoting primary care through education, outreach and teamwork; poster presentation, AAFP Program Director’s Workshop, March 24, 2017

Development of Novel Hybrid Curriculum in Community and Population Health: A Competencies Approach; poster presentation, AAFP Program Director’s Workshop, March 24, 2017

What Family Medicine Residents Need to Know: Increasing Core Competencies in Women’s Health, Abstract STFM Annual 2017 Spring Conference

Decreasing variability in Chronic Pain Management Through Standardization of Clinic Processes and Documentation, Oral presentation, UTMB Regional Family Medicine Residency Research Symposium, May 2017



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