Dr. Warner appointed to county's Health Care Advisory Board

Elizabeth Warner, MD, associate professor of internal medicine at USF, was recently appointed the Hillsborough County Medical Association representative to the Hillsborough County Health Care Advisory Board. She will serve a two-year term.

Dr. Elizabeth Warner

Dr. Warner joins two other USF Health faculty members already serving on the county’s 17-member Health Care Advisory Board. John Curran, MD, associate vice president for Faculty & Academic Affairs at USF Health, is the board’s chair and USF College of Medicine representative. USF Public Health Dean Donna Petersen, ScD, is the USF College of Public Health’s representative to the board.

The Health Care Advisory Board works to improve access and efficiency of care for medically poor residents of Hillsborough County through recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners for fund allocation, coordination, planning, and monitoring of health care delivery systems.

A member of the USF medical faculty since 1989, Dr. Warner is a graduate of the Medical College of Pennsylvania and conducted her residency in internal medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. She is medical director of ambulatory services for Tampa General Healthcare. Dr. Warner is a fellow of the American College of Physicians.