Gov. Riley on President Obama’s nominee for surgeon general.

Alabama Gov. Riley
Alabama Gov. Riley

MONTGOMERY – Governor Bob Riley on Monday released the following statement about Dr. Regina Benjamin, President Obama’s nominee for surgeon general:

 “Dr. Benjamin’s contributions to furthering rural health care and to public service are extraordinary. Her dedication to the state of Alabama and to humanity is a model for doctors everywhere,” said Governor Bob Riley.

Governor Riley has previously appointed Dr. Benjamin to serve on the Alabama Rural Action Commission, the Black Belt Action Commission, and the Governor’s Commission on Efficiency, Consolidation, and Funding.

  In 2003, Governor Riley nominated Dr. Benjamin for the National Governors Association Distinguished Service Award to State Government, which she won. Established in 1976, the NGA Awards for Distinguished Service to State Government allow governors to bring national recognition to their states’ most valuable civil servants and private citizens. The awards emphasize the commitment of state administrators and the important contributions private citizens make to state government

You may also be interested in reading:  Obama Taps Alabama Doctor for Surgeon General 

and Regina Benjamin MD Back Ground Information

 

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