AMERICAN PULMONARY MEDICINE INSTITUTE INC

Optimal health through education, research and humanitarian relief

aka American Pulmonary Medicine Institute   |   Birmingham, AL   |  http://apmibirmingham.org
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Mission

Optimal health through Education, Research and Humanitarian Relief

Ruling year info

1991

Executive Director

Dr. Frank D. Sutton Jr.

Main address

1101 Barkley Ln

Birmingham, AL 35242 USA

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EIN

63-1034600

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Professional Societies, Associations (H03)

Professional Societies & Associations (B03)

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THE ASTHMA CENTER OF EXCELLENCE (ACE) IS A JOINT VENTURE WITH THE BROOKWOOD MEDICAL CENTER. THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THE PROGRAM IS TO FULFILL THE EDUCATION ROLE IN ASTHMA MANAGEMENT FOR THE PATIENT AND THE PHYSICIANS.

Population(s) Served

B.A.T.T.S. was formed on June 30, 2015 by and after 27 healthcare professionals took an intensive 5 day course sponsored by the University of Mississippi program certifying the training of tobacco treatment specialists

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In 2015, we are applying for a grant from Pfizer pharmaceutical to train physicians and allied healthcare personnel in the systematic treatment of those addicted to nicotine through the regular use of cigarettes or forms of smokeless tobacco. To this end, we have collaborators in the Birmingham Area Tobacco Treatment Specialists (BATTS), formed in June of 2015, and with Cardiovascular Associates, LLC, a large group of specialty physicians who have allowed utilization of their physicians and facilities to do intake and a six week behavioral counseling program for addicted patients, combined with the best known nicotine replacement therapy. An eventual goal is to offer a platform for retiring and/or retired experienced clinicians to continue to contribute to the health and well-being of patients by participating in the reduction of the number one most important contributor to M & M known in all of medicine, that of cigarette usage and dependence. The executive director of APMI, Dr. Frank D. Sutton is one of the founding members of BATTS and has taken and passed the comprehensive five day course with post course testing to become a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist (CTTS).

Process begun to sumit a proposal to Pfizer IGLC (independent grant, learning and change) on or before September 16, 2015, midnight EST.

Collaborators, including the Medical Education Foundation of CardioVascular Associates, LLC, the Jefferson County Department of Health, Samford School of Nursing and the Lung Health Program at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

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AMERICAN PULMONARY MEDICINE INSTITUTE INC

Board of directors
as of 06/22/2018
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Board co-chair

Dr. Frank Sutton

Retired Pulmonary and Critical Care physician

Term: 2002 -


Board co-chair

Dr. Richard Champion

Brookwood Medical Center

Term: 2008 -

Frank Sutton

FRANK SUTTON

Richard Champion

Dennis Delgado

University of Alabama, Brimingham

Hurley Knott

Trinity Medical Center

Timothy Denton

Brookwood Medical Center

Kyle Hudgens

Grandview Med Center

Larry Dye

Retired

Michael Honan

Cardiovascular Associates, Inc

Allan Goldstein

Grandview Med Center

Janice Roberts

Ph.D. in biology/genetics

Theo Cloar, Jr

Executive, retired