Roger L. Green, M.D., general practitioner, from Newport, is being honored by the American Medical Association (AMA) for his 50-year anniversary of graduation from medical school.

Roger L. Green, M.D., general practitioner, from Newport, is being honored by the American Medical Association (AMA) for his 50-year anniversary of graduation from medical school.
“The AMA congratulates Dr. Green on 50 years of dedication to the medical profession,” said Michael D. Maves, M.D., M.B.A., executive vice president and chief executive officer of the AMA.  Dr. Green has seen many changes in medicine in the last 50 years.  We sincerely thank him for his commitment to this great profession.”
Dr. Green graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. in 1960.  He has been an AMA member for 50 years.  This year, the AMA will recognize almost 2,200 physician members who graduated from medical school in 1960.  Dr. Green is a member of the AMA’s Senior Physicians Group which includes 60,000 physicians who are 65 years and beyond.  It is the largest organization of senior physicians in the country.
The AMA is committed to recognizing individual physicians who have dedicated their lives to treating patients and serving the medical profession.